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5 Ways Google's Pixel Trumps The iPhone

If you're planning to migrate from iOS to Android it's hard to look past the Google Pixel manufactured by HTC. In addition to being one of the best Android smartphones on the market it is demonstrably superior to the iPhone 7 in several important ways; including display quality and battery life. Show More Summary

Briefly: Pixar Secrets, Resume Hacks, Widowmaker Hate

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including. Pixar's shared universe revealed by Disney, the case for and against snipers in Overwatch competitive play, nine skills that should be on your resume. More »      

Lovehacker: My Boyfriend Wants Me To Peg Him. Is He Gay?

Dear Lovehacker, My boyfriend and I are trying to be more sexually adventurous and he suggested trying "pegging". Should I be worried about him being secretly gay? Thanks, Peggy. More »      

The Highway at Night Desktop

Reader Sebastian submitted this beautiful desktop to our Desktop Showcase, and the combination of the wallpaper and a few tasteful skins is a solid, sharp look. Here’s how he set it all up. Read more...

Simmer Stew in the Oven for Hassle-Free, Even Cooking

There’s something about a stew pot, simmering on the stove, but for the ultimate in low-effort cooking, pop it in the oven. You’ll get even, all-around heating, free up your burners, and you won’t have to stir or fiddle with it as often. Read more...

Pantry purge: 10 things you need to toss today - CNET

While pantry staples are staples because they last a long time, their storage life isn't infinite. Here's what you probably need to toss.

How to install Chrome extensions manually - CNET

Google leads you to believe that you can install Chrome extensions only from the Chrome Web Store. If you are willing to assume the risk, however, there's still a way to install third-party extensions you find in the wild.

Remains of the Day: Offline Playback Is Coming to Hulu

Later this year Hulu subscribers will be able to download shows and watch them offline. Netflix added the feature at the end of last year, alleviating in-flight boredom for many subscribers without Wi-Fi. That and more in today’s news. Read more...

The Best Way to Eat Shrimp Prepared Four Different Ways

Shrimp are a popular food, but even those who’ve had it before might have some questions on how to approach different shrimp dishes. You need to know what utensils are best, how to peel them, and when it’s okay to eat the shell. Read more...

7 cool ways to reuse an old laptop - CNET

Breathe new life into your dusty relic of a portable PC.

The complete list of Google Home commands so far - CNET

The Google Home might not have the Echo's "skills," but there's still plenty it can do.

Burner, the Disposable Phone Number App, Gets Nomorobo Integration to Block Spam Calls

Burner’s latest update adds support from Nomorobo, the spam call blocking service that keeps telemarketers from ruining your dinner. Read more...

We Are Julia Collin Davison and Bridget Lancaster, Hosts of America's Test Kitchen, and This Is How We Work

For over sixteen years America’s Test Kitchen has approached cooking through a methodic, scientific lens, explaining how to execute a recipe to perfection. In a crowded landscape of culinary television, they stand out for their rigorous testing and accessible recipes. Read more...

How Isaac Asimov Avoided "Getting Stuck" While Working

When you’ve hit a wall while working on a project, there’s no sense in banging your head against it. Here’s how Isaac Asimov, the prolific science fiction author and science writer, worked his way through creative blocks. Read more....

Unitasker Wednesday: Rub Away bar

Order a copy today of ?Never Too Busy to Cure Clutter? by Unclutterer's Editor-in-Chief Erin Rooney Doland. All Unitasker Wednesday posts are jokes — we don’t want you to buy these items, we want you to laugh at their ridiculousness. Enjoy! The Rub Away bar is a piece of stainless steel that resembles a bar of soap. … Continued Post written by Jacki Hollywood Brown

Penny Packers: How to Move on a Budget

Whether you’ve relocating out of your parents’ home, across town, or across the country, moving can be a challenge. With a few steps, you can make this life journey less stressful and the start of the exciting new adventure it should be. Show More Summary

8 Time-Saving Hacks for Busy Moms

The homemaker has the ultimate career of all. She has regular work hours, makes each day both useful and pleasant, and proves the worth of time by employing it well. Whoever is stuck on the myth that a housewife has no other work to do than cooking for her husband and kids and watching daily […] The post 8 Time-Saving Hacks for Busy Moms appeared first on Dumb Little Man.

How to Create a Good Logo — Useful Tips and Services

Launching your own company, blog or website is a challenging task. Crafting your corporate style (including an effective logo) is a major part of this process. A logo creates the first impression of your brand. It tells customers what business you’re in and what your values and aspirations are. Show More Summary

10 Domains of Beliefs That We Should Be Questioning For Personal Growth

The majority of us have heard someone tell us at some point in our lives to question everything. The inquisitive two-year-old somehow inherently understands that notion when he or she constantly asks one simple question – Why? The response...Show More Summary

Square Introduces APIs To Support Integration Of Online And In-Store Payments

Square has launched two APIs in Australia that allows businesses to accept payments on their existing website and to enable payments processing on any iOS or Android point-of-sale platform for in-store purchases. Here are the details. More »      

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