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Peace out, Bixby: How to disable the Bixby button - CNET

Tired of accidentally launching Bixby on your Galaxy S8? Here's how to disable the Bixby key altogether.

How to watch NFL games without cable - CNET

Welcome to the cord cutter's guide to the 2017-18 NFL season.

Feeling Stuck Is Not Fun, This Is How I Never Get Stuck In Life Again

The statistics are dismal. A recent study has found that 69% of people feel trapped in the same old routine, and... The post Feeling Stuck Is Not Fun, This Is How I Never Get Stuck In Life Again appeared first on Lifehack. Feeling stuck is an awful feeling. I've experienced it and have worked out some strategies. Here's how to get unstuck and prevent feeling stuck.

How to lower the volume of Cast devices when talking to Google Home - CNET

Sometimes Google Home can't hear you when you're casting to a Chromecast or speaker. A new feature fixes that.

Are you ready to succeed?

Last week, I spoke about turning to experts when you want to achieve something, and to develop a plan. Now that you have the plan (in my case, lose weight and eat more healthily), you need to make sure you … Continued Post written by Alex Fayle

13-Point Website Migration Checklist for SEO

Migrating any site should never be taken lightly. You have to be aware that your ranking on search engines could take a major hit if you aren’t careful. Even the smallest issues can make things worse for your site. With all the requirements...Show More Summary

The Problem with Real Whack-a-Mole Productivity

The Real Purpose of Workplace Efficiency Isn't What You Think It Is. When I started my career, I quickly discovered that I had more to do than I could get done in a forty-hour workweek. So, I worked more hours. I got to the office at 5:00 a.m. and usually didn’t leave until 6:00 p.m. I often worked on Saturday mornings and Sunday evenings, too. It wasn’t […]

Health Check: Is Margarine Really Better For You Than Butter?

Only 20 years ago butter was the public villain – contributing to raised cholesterol levels and public concern over an increased risk of heart disease. Now this public perception seems to have been reversed, and reality cooking shows seem to use butter in every recipe. But what has caused this shift in perceptions and is it based on scientific evidence? More »      

The Pirate Bay Added A CPU-Hijacking Bitcoin Miner To Some Pages

A meeting of the German Pirate Party in Berlin in 2013. Photo. Getty Images File-sharing websites are not exactly known for their sterling reputation, though a few such as famed torrent site the Pirate Bay have been around for long enough while generally avoiding shady behaviour they have acquired a certain cachet with the internet community. More »      

Briefly: Best Tech Books, Video Game Nipples, Facebook Tricks

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including. how Facebook tricks you into trusting algorithms, 15 books that will help you succeed in the tech world, a gallery of video game nipples. More »      

Is It Legal For Apple To Refuse To Repair A Broken iPhone?

While there is a lot of hype around the launch of Apple’s new all-glass iPhone X, the attention of consumer lawyers is probably focused in a different direction. In April, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) alleged...Show More Summary

Why It's Okay For Aussies To Dodge Netflix Geoblocks

Despite the streaming revolution we're still paying more than Americans for content, and getting less in return. Hollywood and the music studios have always treated Australians as second-class citizens to be fleeced and it seems that little has changed with the subscription streaming revolution. Show More Summary

Hands On With The Fuji Xerox DocuPrint CM315z

Despite the world being increasing paperless in some things, there are still times when paper is needed. Whether that's for providing clients or colleagues with reports, school projects or paperwork for banks or other "official" institutions the world still needs paper. Show More Summary

In 2017, No Phone Is Exciting Enough To Cost $1800

Remember 2009? Remember when every house party was 10 drunk-ass dudes, brand new iPhones in hand, swinging that goddamn lightsabre app, breaking lampshades and spilling beers. “Whoom” “Whoom” “Whoom” Remember that? I certainly do. I was one of those idiots. More »      

Approach Technology Like the Amish

Kevin Kelly and the Amish Eight years after dropping out of college to wander Asia, Kevin Kelly returned home to America, bought an inexpensive bike, and made a meandering 5,000 mile journey across the country. As he recalls in his original and insightful 2010 book, What Technology Wants, the “highlight” of the bike tour was “gliding […]

Same-Sex Marriage Survey: How To Change Your Address

So, you forgot to change your address for the same-sex marriage vote despite all the warnings? DON'T PANIC! It turns out that you can still request a change of address from the ABS website. Here's how it's done. More »      

51 Ways To Lose Weight

Losing weight can be a struggle, but there are so many little things you can do to make things easier. Here's a super long list of tips for those of you trying to shift a bit of weight. More »      

iOS Users: It's Time Clean Out Your Apps

I love the time when new operating systems and hardware are released. As well as getting the tech equivalent of that new car smell, it's a chance to clean out devices and get rid of all the crappy apps (do you really need 17 different fart apps?) you've accumulated. Show More Summary

OneDrive For Android Is Getting a New Look

Microsoft is beta testing an all-new OneDrive app for Android. The revised app brings a new user interface that looks best suited to larger screens. Comparing it to the iOS version, the new OneDrive for Android UI looks far slicker and more modern. More »      

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