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).
Articles
Gaming

Game over Guitar Hero: Rocksmith is the real guitar video game

Child-sized guitars and button mashing not quite doing it? Upgrade to Ubisoft's Rocksmith and learn how to actually play an instrument.
Apple

Wi-Fi Motorola Xoom matches the iPad 2 – $599 at several retailers

Motorola will offer its Wi-Fi only Xoom for $599. Can it steal some iPad 2 customers?
Computing

Netflix will offer original series with ‘House of Cards’

Netflix is finalizing talks to begin its own series, bringing a little prestige to a streaming provider known for its dated selection.
Apple

Jon Bon Jovi says Steve Jobs killed the music industry

Jon Bon Jovi is disillusioned with the state of the music industry -- and it's Steve Jobs fault.
Computing

Web news officially passes newspapers in popularity

Print continues its long-suffering slump as Pew finds more people officially prefer to get their info via some screen time.
Computing

Flickr exec bails, renews concern for the site

One of Yahoo's most popular properties continues to draw concern over its future as its day to day leader quits.
Apple

Farewell, Zune: Microsoft will discontinue its iPod rival

After defending the questioned longevity of its media player, a Microsoft source admits the Zune is on its way out.
Computing

Canon brings Thunderbolt technology to cameras

Canon will be the next major company to introduce Thunderbolt technology.
Apple

iPhones still can’t handle daylight savings time

Once again, the iPhone proves itself incapable of jumping forward and falling back.
Computing

Google all out of Cr-48 models, official device coming ‘later this year’

The wait is over: If you had your hopes set on a test run with the Cr-48, consider them dashed. Google has stopped shipments of the model.
Computing

4chan founder says Mark Zuckerberg is ‘totally wrong’ about online anonymity

The 4chan founder's new site Canvas still holds the principles of anonymity close to its heart, but at the same time will implement Facebook integration.
Computing

Google, Comcast-NBC merger could face antitrust hearings from US Senate

The US Senate will investigate Google's role in the e-commerce world, as well as take a look into whether or not the Comcast-NBC merger will stifle competition.