Molly McHugh

Molly McHugh

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Before coming to Digital Trends, Molly worked as a freelance writer, occasional photographer, and general technical lackey. She's a sucker for animated GIF blogs, hours-long Wikipedia hunts, road trips, YouTube binges, and the Portland Trail Blazers. Molly is a graduate of the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communications (go Ducks). You can find her on Twitter (@iammollymchugh) and Instagram (@mollygrams).

Hacker group Gnosis takes credit for Gawker attack, plans more ahead

Gawker continues to suffer fallout after being hacked earlier this week, and now the responsible party is coming forth with some details.

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WikiLeaks video game goes viral

In the midst of ongoing Wikileaks fallout, one developer has struck gold with a basic game based on the ordeal.

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Possible Microsoft tablet fails to impress critics

A look at what Microsoft will possibly premiere at CES has many hoping it's just a rumor.

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IBM supercomputer will compete on Jeopardy next year

IBM has developed a computer that should be able to compete with the famed game show's former victors.

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Gmail creator has no faith in Chrome OS

The father of Gmail has plenty of inside experience at Google, but he does not see Chrome OS becoming a consumer hit.

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Google responds to cries of search favoritism from competitors

After rival sites vocally took issue with Google's search results, the search engine giant is defending its Places feature and the unbiased nature of its algorithms.

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Analyst warns Microsoft needs tablet to compete with iPad, or else

After failing to create much buzz in the tablet space this year, one analyst warns that Microsoft may be in for a dismal 2011 unless it can concoct an iPad challenger.

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Top 10 free Chrome Web Store apps

Take a look at our top 10 free apps from the Chrome Web Store.

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Rumor: Verizon launching LTE 4G iPhone in early 2011

This one just won't die: In that latest round of Verizon iPhone talk, a a source claims Verizon will bring a 4G version of the iPhone to its brand new LTE network in early 2011.

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T-Mobile will release a 4G tablet in 2011, joining Sprint

Following Sprint's announcement of a 4G tablet coming in 2011, T-Mobile has followed suit and revealed plans of its own for a 4G tablet slated or next year.

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What we know about Google’s Cr-48 Chrome OS notebook so far

Google's long-rumored Cr-48 notebook has reached a handful of testers, and they're spilling the goods on the first Chrome OS hardware. We round up first impressions from around the Web.

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Best Buy offers free iPhone 3GS with contract, Friday only

Best Buy has confirmed via Twitter that it will temporarily drop the price of the iPhone 3GS to free for Friday only, as part of its ongoing free smartphone promotions.

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Is Twitter blocking #wikileaks from trending?

Suspicion surrounding the absence of a WikiLeaks hashtag in Twitter's list of trending topics has critics questioning the site, though it officially denies nixing it.

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Facebook and Twitter wipe their hands of Operation Payback, one member possibly arrested

Facebook and Twitter are continuing to host official WikiLeaks accounts, but have removed those of Operation Payback, and one member may have been arrested in the Netherlands.

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Mac App Store delay, won’t be here until January

You won't be able to buy apps for your home computer until after the New Year, say inside sources.

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