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Google Pixel makes Android's long-press much more useful - CNET

?A new feature in Android 7.1 will feel familiar to iPhone converts, and speed up common tasks for diehard Android users.

How Repairable Is The Google Pixel XL?

Few of us would dare to crack open electronic goods to see what’s inside in fear of never being able to put them back together again. Luckily, iFixit specialises in gadget teardowns and it busted open the Google Pixel XL to investigate the guts of the new smartphone in order to assess just how easily it would be to repairable it. More »      

Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts

You wanted Orionid meteor shower viewing tips, a review of the Android Pixel and free smashed avo toasties. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week: More »      

Build a Talking Radio That Reads Incoming Notifications With a Raspberry Pi

The idea of a machine that talks to you intelligently might be a ways off still, but Instructables user MisterM wanted to make a radio that’d announce general details throughout the day. To do this, he wired up a Raspberry Pi Zero to a text-to-speech engine, then tossed in a dose of If This Then That. Read more...

Killer Interview Question: Do You Have Any Kids?

The interviewer might just be trying to make conversation but this question could leave some job applicants squirming in their chairs. More »      

The Most Versatile Apple Cider Just Happens to Be the Cheapest

Apple cider vinegar is a popular ingredient with a ton of uses. It adds punch to pork, tang to slaws and sauces, and some people even drink it. To find a widely available ACV that worked in a variety of applications, Cook’s Illustrated tested six different vinegars in a pan sauce, BBQ sauce, and coleslaw. Read more...

The Best Seat In the Movie Theater, According to a THX Engineer

If you’re going to pay for a trip to the movie, you may as well get the best seat you can. So, where is that seat? According to the way most theaters are set up, it will be two-thirds of the way back, in the center of the row. Read more...

Dorco Finally Powers Up Its Razors

I don’t always use cartridge razors, but when I do, I prefer they vibrate. Read more...

Shop by Importer to Choose Wine You'll Really Love

When it comes to wine, most people have a favorite grape or bottle, and it can be intimidating to stray from what you know. If you want to branch out, but are afraid of wasting money on something you won’t enjoy, consider shopping by importer. Read more...

Google Phone Showdown: Nexus 6P vs. Pixel XL

Google’s new Pixel phones are here to replace the Nexus line. Normally, we wouldn’t pit new phones against old ones but if you’re shopping now, or looking to replace an explodey Galaxy Note 7, these are your two best options. Let’s look at how the old guard stacks up against Google’s new hardware play, and where the real value lies. Read more...

The Kenu Stance Is a Tiny, Portable Tripod for Your Phone (with a Bottle Opener)

If you love taking pictures with your phone, or want to take time lapse videos with it, you could probably use a tripod, and the Kenu Stance gets the job done. It’s small enough to fold up and put on a keychain, has a bottle opener on one side, and is surprisingly stable while being adjustable. Read more...

Night Owl Vs Early Bird: The Science Of Sleeping Patterns Explained

Sleep is critical for physical and mental health, and our quality of life. While three per cent of the population are genetically programmed to function with less than six hours sleep regularly, the rest of us need around 7.5 hours a night. But what determines whether we like to go to bed early or late? More »      

The 3-Click Rule Of Website Design Is Largely A Myth (And Other UX Tips)

When it comes to designing a website, or even a single page, there are a few basic rules: Keep it fast, clean and simple. OK, that’s all good and well, but once you get beyond the low-hanging fruit and into the nitty-gritty, what should you be paying attention to? You might be surprised what works and what doesn’t, as Help Scout explains. More »      

9 Ways For Negotiating The Best Deal On A Car Lease

A great deal of financial advice will generally dissuade you from leasing a car. They will tell you that leasing a car is a bad idea. However, that does not mean that it may never make sense for you. What you will need is some tips for negotiating the best deal on a car lease. The post 9 Ways For Negotiating The Best Deal On A Car Lease appeared first on Life Upgrade.

How To Be A Better Storyteller

Inspired gabblers can turn even the most uninteresting anecdote into a captivating tale, while less confident talkers can mutilate everything they say. Be you in search of small talk, or a way to impress at an interview, there are techniques that can help you craft more salient stories. More »      

Deals: Make Bank As A Professional Hacker

Cybersecurity experts may be in high demand, but companies are only going to trust certified pros with their online safety. That’s why the Computer Hacker Professional Certification Package is a must-have for any aspiring cybersecurity expert. More »      

Harbor Freight Tools 2016 Black Friday Ad

Our Favorite Deal: The Chicago Electric Power Tools 12? Sliding Compound Double-Bevel Miter Saw with Laser Guide System drops from $399 to only $129.99, which represents a savings of 67% off the retail price. This Black Friday priceShow More Summary

How to use Pixel's built-in nighttime feature - CNET

The theory is by adding a red tint to your phone's display at night, you should have an easier time getting to sleep.

8 tips for using the Google Pixel's camera - CNET

We've already proven the Pixel's camera is one of the best on a smartphone, now we tell you how to get the most out of it.

How to use the Google Pixel's Smart Storage feature - CNET

Google has made it really easy to free up space on your Pixel phone.

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