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Make a Decadent, Protein-Packed Chocolate Pudding with an Avocado

When I think of chocolate pudding, I usually think of powdered mix, goop in portable, little containers, or tons of whisking and stirring. But not this one. No, this one is a luxuriously creamy pudding that’s packed with protein and healthy fats. Read more...

What HDR Is, and Why It’s the Future of Television

TV manufacturers always look for the next leap in picture quality that will make watching TV feel like you’re looking through a crystal-clear window. HDR is the latest trend in display technology and it’s here to stay. Here’s everything you need to know about how it works, and why you may want to consider it when you buy your next TV. Read more...

Napkin Talks You Through Recipes So You Can Focus on Cooking

iOS: There are plenty of useful recipe apps out there, the only problem is, it can be mildly annoying to cook and check your phone after each step. Napkin eliminates this annoyance with voice-guided recipes. Read more...

Make the Most of Long Layovers with Airport "City Tours"

If you have a long layover, don’t just resign yourself to hours at a gate or overpriced airport restaurant. Check to see if the airport offers their own managed and arranged city tours so you pass the time sightseeing instead. Read more...

Make Super Smooth Boozy Slushies in an Ice Cream Maker

Most boozy slushies are made by chucking some booze, mixers, and ice into a blender. It’s a simple process, but not a foolproof one, and can result in an overly icy, crunchy beverage. To prevent shards of frozen water from jacking up your vibe, make your slushies in an ice cream machine. Read more...

This Video Shows You How to Properly Stretch Your Calves for Better Balance

Your calves and ankles are under-appreciated muscles that work hard to keep your body steady and balanced while you’re standing, walking, or running. You might already be stretching your calves , but GMB shows you how to do them properly. Read more...

How Your Credit Card Rewards Are Funded, and Why They Could Be Going Away

We all love our credit card rewards for earning cashback and free travel , but not everyone is a fan. Many business owners actually pay the fees that help you earn those rewards, and sometimes they pass the added cost onto customers. Read more...

Your Budget Should Make Your Life Less Stressful, Not More

Money problems will stress anyone. However, your budget shouldn’t be adding to the stress. It should be removing it. If your budget plan is causing you more stress than it’s relieving, you might want to consider changing it. Read more...

Boomerang's Respondable Helps You Craft An Email That Will Actually Get a Reply

If you want to get a reply to your email, you can start by writing a good one. Boomerang has had some helpful tips to do this in the past , but now the company is taking it a step further. Its new feature Respondable will rate your emails on the fly in a few key categories. Read more...

The Geologist's Fieldwork Bag

Like any job, a geologist needs a very special set of tools for each duty, but it’s what they bring along with them every day that’s interesting. Over on Everyday Carry, reader Chris Medidas shares his bag. Read more...

Keep Pitcher Drinks Properly Chilled with Muffin Tin Ice Cubes

Using muffin tins to freeze ice cubes is perfect for making a ton of ice at once or freezing whole lemon slices for a citrus boost, but it’s also a great way to make ice cubes that are the ideal size for keeping pitchers and punch bowls chilled. Read more...

Remains of the Day: Twitter for iOS Gets a Night Mode

It’s twilight for Twitter on iOS. In a good way! The iPhone version of the app finally has an optional dark color scheme for your late night tweetstorms. I welcome the darkness. Read more...

Plan to Admit That You're Wrong At Least Once In Every Argument

Nobody likes someone who refuses to admit they’re wrong. It makes you look childish, stubborn, and unwilling to see other perspectives. You can make yourself a lot less hardheaded during a debate if you plan to say you’re wrong at least once. Read more...

Why You Probably Shouldn't Pick Your Nose

Picking your nose probably won’t kill you, but it’s not exactly a healthy habit either. Not only does picking your nose look gross, it could be leaving the door open for dangerous bacteria that want to call your nose home. Read more...

10 Simple Ways to Eat Healthier Without Thinking

Your environment has an incredible ability to shape your behavior. If you design your environment to be conducive to healthy habits, then you’ll find yourself improving your diet without even thinking about it. Read more...

Avoid Overpacking by Taking Two Bottoms for Every Five Days of Travel

It’s easy to overpack for a trip when you don’t have some guidelines in place, especially when it comes to clothing. This simple rule of thumb should keep your carry-on from getting stuffed with every pair of pants you own. Read mor...

iOS Notes App Vesper Is Shutting Down, Here's How to Save Your Notes

Vesper was a notes app released back in 2013 thats main claim to fame was the fact the development team included Apple pundit John Gruber and app developer Brent Simmons. While it didn’t offer anything new, it was a solid notes app a lot of people loved. The app’s being shut down, and with that announcement comes a new export feature. Read more...

Nike+ Running Becomes Nike+ Run Club, Adds Customizable Training Plans

iOS/Android: Nike’s running app has long been one of our favorites . Its latest update brings a new name and color scheme, and ditches its training plans for a new virtual coach that lets you build a personalized plan for the running goal of your choice. Read more...

Ask an Expert: All About Cybersecurity and Staying Safe

Security researchers and “white hack” hackers work hard to weed out potential exploits in software and networks that could be used for malicious intents. How do they stay ahead of the threats, and what can you do to protect yourself? Read more...

GoldenCheetah Is An Open Source, Private Dashboard for Your Fitness Data

Windows/Mac: There are plenty of excellent apps for tracking your running or cycling data , but using a service like Strava or Runkeeper means you’re giving away a lot data. If you’d prefer to track and visualize your exercise without uploading data to a service, GoldenCheetah might be just what you need. Read more...

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