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).

MySpace accused of leaking user information to advertisers

MySpace is the latest in the recent string of social networking sites that have taken heat for sharing user IDs and profiles with third parties.

Social Media

Google admits to snatching full e-mails, passwords, URLs over Wi-Fi

Google's PR black eye over accidental Wi-Fi data collection darkened Friday as the company admitted it had collected more information that it originally thought, including e-mails, passwords and URLs.

Computing

Min.us offers free, no-frills photo sharing

Photo hosting site Min.us avoids endless options and customizations, instead opting to let users drag, drop, and move on.

Computing

Do I really want to watch sports on a 3D TV?

Television manufacturers and broadcasters like ESPN paint 3D as the wave of the future for sports fanatics, but do you really want to watch sports on a 3D TV? Making the switch is a toss up for hardcore fans.

Home Theater

Sony Move controllers sell big

After some skepticism, the Sony Move has proven to be a hit, shipping 2.5 million units in its first month.

Gaming

Industry veterans launch sFund to develop startup social media sites

The $250 million dollar investment fund, dubbed sFund, will be dedicated to helping developing startup companies centered around social media.

Social Media

Google laces up Stanford-area homes with high-speed fiber Internet

About 1,000 homes around Stanford University will be the first outside Google to benefit from the company's high-speed fiber Internet plans.

Computing

FaceTime security flaw exposes personal information

Security oversights in the beta version of Apple FaceTime could expose personal information, answers to security questions and more on Macs shared with other users.

Apple

Windows Phone 7 launches down under

Windows Phone 7 has premiered in New Zealand to success, though it remains to be seen whether it can scratch away market share from Google, Apple and RIM.

Mobile

EA buys Angry Birds publisher Chillingo

Chillingo, developer of the iPhone smash hit Angry Birds, will be acquired by EA in a deal valued at $20 million, to increase the company’s presence in mobile gaming.

Gaming

Microsoft gets its head in the cloud with Office 365

Office 365 will roll many of the same functions found in Microsoft’s traditional Office suite into a cloud-based package available from any browser.

Computing

Facebook Photo Memories won’t display your exes – but everyone else is fair game

After learning from users that not all memories are good memories, Facebook has begun blocking photos of exes in its Photo Memories box.

Computing

New MacBook Air specs, iLife announcements leak before Apple press event

Apple has reportedly leaked details on the new 11.6-inch MacBook Air and other products to be revealed in today's Back to the Mac press event, but one mystery product still remains.

Apple

V-Moda introduces Vibrato in-ear headphones

V-Moda's new Vibrato in-ear headphones boast a sleek look and many of V-Moda's high-end listening technologies.

Cool Tech

OnOne Software releases free photo-editing tools for Lightroom

OnOne's free plug-ins for PhotoShop Lightroom aren't a revelation for experienced users, but beginners and anyone looking for a quick fix should take advantage of the latest tools.

Computing