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Try Out a New, Experimental Design For YouTube With This Browser Tweak

Chrome: YouTube’s design on the web hasn’t changed much over the years, but Google seems to be looking into updating the old site. If you want to try out the new look before it goes live, here’s how. Read more...

Ereader Showdown: Amazon Kindles, Compared

Amazon has somehow managed to create four different models of its Kindle ereader. Each of the four models has its own strengths and weaknesses, so if you’re in the market for one—or an upgrade—let’s take a look to make your buying decision a little easier. Read more...

It's Okay to Cook Acidic Dishes in Cast Iron (and Other Cast Iron Myths, Debunked)

You’ve probably heard it’s not a good idea to cook acidic foods like tomato sauces, wine sauces, or chilis in cast iron because the iron could leach into the food and add a bitter, metallic taste. Well, America’s Test Kitchen put that theory (and some others) to the test, and the bottom line? It’s fine. Read more...

Keep White Sneakers White With All-Purpose Cleaner and Regular Cleanings

There are a few ways to try and revitalize dirty sneakers , but the secret to keeping white sneakers white is regular cleanings and a typical household cleaner you already have. Read more...

Other for iPhone Quickly Sends Canned Messages to One Other Person

iPhone: If you have one person you tend to message with a lot, Other is a very simple little app that makes sending a canned message to them a ton easier. Read more...

How to Watch the White House Correspondents' Dinner Online, No Cable Required

Tonight, the White House will host the last Correspondents’ Dinner of President Barack Obama’s administration. Here’s how to watch it online, even if you don’t have cable. Read more...

Cut the Cord On Your Work Periodically to Avoid Burnout

It’s Saturday afternoon and you’re relaxing at home. Have you checked your work email today? If so, you’re probably contributing to your own burnout . Read more...

Make Delicious Vegan Waffles With Tofu Instead of Eggs

If you’re looking for a tasty vegan breakfast treat, these tofu waffles will taste like the real thing. You can even use your favorite waffle mix. Read more...

Top 10 Moving Tricks for a Fast, Painless Move

Moving can be fun, but packing sucks. The luster and optimism of a new home quickly diminishes when you’re busy shoving your stuff in boxes so it doesn’t break on the way. Here are some tips to make it all easier. Read more...

Batch Resize Images in OS X With This Automator Script

If you need to resize a ton of images on your Mac, Automator is the way to do it in one fell swoop. 9to5Mac shows off how to quickly make your own Automator service for doing just that. Read more...

The Bar Roulette iOS App Makes Bar Hopping Adventures Even Better

Bar Roulette, the clever service that sends you and your buddies to random top-rated bars in your area, now has a dedicated app for iOS with a new premium service tier and support for Foursquare. Read more...

Remains of the Day: Microsoft Limits Cortana Searches to Bing

No Google for you! If you make use of Windows 10's digital assistant Cortana to search the web, you better be happy using Bing. Microsoft wants total control of the search experience—in theory, a good thing—but that also means links will open in the Edge browser. Read more...

Make Homemade Mandarin-Style Orange Slices With Some Pectinase

Everybody loves the sweet flavor and gem-like appearance of mandarin oranges, and this video will show you how to make your own at home. You can even use this same technique to make fruit gems out of almost any citrus fruit. Read more...

Instantly Free Up Almost 1GB on Your Raspberry Pi By Ditching LibreOffice and Wolfram

One of the really nice things about the newest builds of Raspbian is that it comes with just about all the software you need to get running. The downside of that is that all that software takes up a ton of space. RasPi.tv points out you can quickly snag about a 1GB back by deleting two apps: LibreOffice and Wolfram. Read more...

"There Is No Right Way to Make Something"

If you’re a DIYer, whether it’s woodworking, 3D printing, electronics, or whatever else, it’s really easy to get caught up in following a tutorial or guide. Artist Kate Harman reminds us to venture off that path sometimes. Read more...

Build a Low-Light Streaming Video Baby Monitor With a Raspberry Pi

If you’re looking for a DIY way to keep an eye on your baby, Element 14's put together a guide that shows off how to build your own night vision camera with motion detection using a Raspberry Pi. Read more...

Instagram’s Viral Weight Loss Teas are Just Laxatives

Celebrities on Instagram love to hawk weight loss products, and one of the biggest trends is the teatox: Herbal “detoxing” teas that are supposed to help you lose weight naturally. Of course, miracle cures don’t exist, and many of these teas are just laxatives. Read more...

10 Steps to Create Your First Android App

Building an Android app isn’t as hard as it might seem, as long as you focus on creating a simple app at first. Android Authority shares a tutorial that covers the 10 main things you have to do to develop your first app. Read more.....

Freshen Up Your Smile With These Gold Box Deals

Today only, Amazon’s Gold Box features a pair of deals to keep your teeth healthy and white between visits to the dentist. Read more...

This Week's Most Popular Posts: April 22nd to 29th

This week we explained why the buying versus renting debate is silly when it comes to homeownership, tried to get a decent night’s sleep after drinking, and then, of course, learned to make a decent cup of coffee the laziest way possible. Here’s a look back at this week’s top posts. Read more...

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