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
Apple

Rumor: Apple to abandon glass back for aluminum on iPhone 5

Apple may ditch its stylish-but-problematic glass back for the iPhone 5, reverting to the aluminum backing of the original iPhone to make it thinner and more durable.
Computing

China responsible for WordPress DDoS attacks

WordPress no longer believes politics to be in play, but does reveal that China was behind the site's most recent cybersecurity woes.
Computing

National Day of Unplugging urges 24 hours of tech abstinence

Could you do it? National Day of Unplugging challenges participants to step back from a screen-filled existence.
Computing

Libya falls into Internet ‘black hole’ as authorities sever connectivity

Libya has blocked Internet access in what analysts are calling an unforseen method that makes Egypt's former Internet blockage look crude.
Computing

Windows 8 screenshots leak

The first look at Windows 8 is a mild one, but it may have to hold you over until June.
Apple

Samsung considering Galaxy Tab 10.1 overhaul after seeing iPad 2

The iPad 2 event made an impression on more than just Apple fanboys: Samsung will rethink its Galaxy Tab 10.1 as a result.
Android Army

Google wants to fix its Android fragmentation problem

Android coders will now be able to develop across the board with a new compatibility tool that Google hopes will held paste together its fractured user base.
Social Media

Burma joins the Facebook Revolutions

The success of Internet-enabled revolutions are now reaching as far as Burma, where activists face an extremely brutal government.
Mobile

Some Samsung Galaxy S IIs will have Tegra 2 processors

Select Galaxy S II models will including Nvidia's dual-core CPU instead of Samsung's new Exynos silicon.
Social Media

Google Profiles get a social makeover

The most recent step in the never-ending Google-social saga is a big upgrade to Google Profiles.
Android Army

Android Developers Union wants to take on Google

A group of disgruntled Android developers are making demands from Google - but their legitimacy remains to be seen.
Computing

Movin’ on up: The winners of Google’s algorithm adjustment

Since Google launched its big search revision, we're mostly hearing about those hurt by it. Here's a look at the site's that are benefiting from the SEO update.