Even small changes can make a world of difference in these redesigned everyday products. The post These 20 Redesigned Everyday Products Will Greatly Improve Your Life appeared first on Lifehack.
Android: Your phone is a hot bed of paranoia-inducing sensors. If you're worried about your microphone being used to record audio surreptitiously—or you'd like to do something simple like record a video without sound—Mute Mic can block other apps from using your mic. Read more...
If you're stuck in a sinking car, or outside your car and desperately need to get inside, you have plenty of ways to break that window, but one of the best might be right there in your car anyway—a simple sparkplug will do the trick with ease. This video from National Geographic shows you how it works. Read more...
iOS: If you really wish you could read more often but feel like you don't have time, Rooster is a new service that takes great novels and breaks them into bite-sized chunks you can digest on your commute, during a break, before bed, anywhere you have a few minutes here or there. Read more...
Love it or hate it, Microsoft Outlook is still the de facto email client at many offices. It's been a while since we took a look at good old Outlook, so here are some of our favorite tricks well worth revisiting to increase your productivity in this all-in-one email, calendar, tasks, and notes program. Read more...
The only way to become your best is to strive for your best! The post Peak Your Performance in 6 Easy Steps appeared first on Lifehack.
To get the job of your dreams you need to sort through the clutter and focus on realistic goals. These 10 tips will help make your dream job your day job. The post 10 Ways to Find Your Dream Job appeared first on Lifehack.
Never let your tears and sensitivity blind you. If someone hurt you, they showed who they are. Move on, stay strong. The post Never Let Your Tears And Sensitivity Blind You appeared first on Lifehack.
What’s money? A man is a success if he gets up in the morning and goes to bed at night and... The post What’s money? A man is a success if he gets up in the morning and goes to bed at night and in between does what he wants to do. appeared first on Lifehack.
Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers including: turn your PlayStation 4 into a wooden artwork, the gadgets you should buy in 2014, Final Fantasy cosplay hacks. More »
Adjustable standing desks tend to be extremely pricey — the Ergonomics Now model in our office retails for over $1000. If you want to get the posture benefits without the crippling price tag, this DIY alternative from IKEA Hackers could be worth a look. More »
Like many of you, I enjoyed a recent article about an iPhone photographer who made $15,000 in one day by
Mobile device management is definitely the most comprehensive solution to the management and security woes of the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) era, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy to do. New research from Telsyte suggests that just 24 per cent of companies have MDM software installed and processes in place. More »
In the ultra-macho action flick Rambo III, there’s a famous scene where the titular hero seals a gaping shrapnel wound by cauterising it with fire and gun powder. Awesome, eh? But how feasible is this DIY surgery in reality? This video from The Medicine Journal explains the circumstances where it might not be such a bad idea. More »
Elevator Pitch is a regular feature on Lifehacker where we profile startups and new companies and pick their brains for entrepreneurial advice. This week, we’re talking with Jeremy Tompkins from Brief It. More »
Dear Lifehacker, Should I change to a different credit card just because it has a better rewards program? I currently have no credit card debt. More »
Bargain basement airline Tiger is finally introducing online check-in for domestic flights in Australia. Will that give you the option of escaping its draconian baggage policies? Here’s what you need to know. More »
Readers offer their best tips for splitting payments between groups, building a desktop air conditioner, and adding time to read tags to Pocket articles. Read more...
Mobile phone tracking techniques are becoming more commonplace. Waste bins target ads. Shopping centres follow customers. Spooks follow airport passengers. Will the Privacy Act’s new definition of personal information provide enhanced protections against mobile phone tracking? Not really. Here’s why. More »
Don't trust anything in this video. The post 5 Ways You’re Being Manipulated Right Now appeared first on Lifehack.