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Here’s What Millennials Want When They Buy A Home

Millennials are having a bigger impact on the housing market than you might expect. They are the largest and most diverse generation since the Baby Boomers and despite their financial struggles with student loans and stagnating wages, they are managing to save up for down payments and buy houses. Show More Summary

Retro Alert: There's A New Amiga In Town

2017 is turning out to be a bit of a busy year for hardware. Nintendo put out a new console in March and they're releasing a mini one in September. Xbox has its new offering in November. Atari's got its own box on the go. And to top it off, there's a new Amiga. More »      

What Is Urethral Sounding?

To the untrained ear, this may sound like a type of double glazing for your home, but “urethral sounding” is nothing of the sort - though some might say it’s a window to some incredibly rewarding pleasure. Originally, urethral sounding...Show More Summary

Elon Musk Firing Highlights The Importance Of Knowing Your Worth

In the 2015 biography, Elon Musk. Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future, Ashlee Vance shares the story of how Musk stopped working with his long-time executive assistant in early 2014. According to Vance, the assistant, Mary Beth Brown, asked Musk for a significant raise after she’d been working with him for 12 years. Show More Summary

Briefly: iPhone 8 Battery Leaks, Facebook TV, Valarian Review

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including. the best video game hand guns, Facebook's impending assault on TV, is Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets any good? More »      

How Much Leg Room Do You Get On Australian Airlines?

We joke about Economy being cattle class for a reason. There’s not a lot of room to move. Airlines squeeze as much human mass into the confines of an aircraft as possible, so you want to maximise every centimetre of space you can. I’m...Show More Summary

10 tips for better browsing with Microsoft Edge - CNET

Get Microsoft's browser set up right and learn how to use Edge's best features.

Living Costs: How Much Cheaper Is Melbourne Than Sydney? [Infographic]

Sydney is commonly cited as one of the world's most expensive cities to live in. While Melbourne certainly isn't cheap, it is widely considered to be more affordable than its NSW rival. If you're considering pulling up stumps and moving to the Windy City, you're probably wondering just how much money you'll save on day-to-day living. Show More Summary

Lovehacker: My Boyfriend Won't Go Down On Me

Dear Lovehacker, I have been with my boyfriend for years and the sex isn't very enjoyable. I can't really orgasm from penetration alone -- I usually have to touch myself or use a vibrator afterwards. The main problem is that my boyfriend doesn't like going down on me. He's happy for me to give him oral sex though. I'm really not sure what to do about this. More »      

The Science behind Relentless Breakthroughs

Life isn’t supposed to be comfortable all the time. While most of us crave a degree of stability, a life... The post The Science behind Relentless Breakthroughs appeared first on Lifehack. In order to make great leaps in success, we have to break out of our comfort zone and achieve optimal anxiety.

You Can Now Book Overseas Hotels With Your Qantas Points

Qantas Frequent Flyer members can now put their points towards exclusive discounts at 144,000 hotels around the world. The Classic Hotel Rewards scheme provides member-only rates and deals for international hotels including Accor, Marriott, Hyatt and Shangri La. We explain how to get started. More »      

'Aussie, Aussie, Aussie' Is Bullshit

For years, two words have blistered around seats at Australian sporting events like a thunderclap. Sparked by a lone wolf, an individual in the crowd with extra air in their lungs, a deep, booming chant erupts. A verbal see-saw in the name of national pride. Aussie! Aussie! Aussie! Oi! Oi! Oi! I hate it. More »      

NBN Hacker: The World's Most Confusing Network Explained

We thought we were going to enjoy 100Mbps of speedy internet access. Then the politicians got involved and we ended up with something of a dog's breakfast - or dog's vomit according to some. So, what are the connectivity options that the NBN will deliver and how do they differ? Let's take a look. More »      

Why Your Next Keyboard Should Be Mechanical

Whether you're into coding, writing or gaming, a mechanical keyboard can make a huge improvement to your output. Boasting individual mechanical switches underneath each key, the provide a higher level of reliability, are more durable and can even help with RSI. Show More Summary

How To Create The Perfect Restaurant Menu

One of the toughest challenges when opening a new restaurant is creating and changing your menu. The menu is what brings customers in and pays the bills, so it's crucial to balance room for trial and error with the perfect array of dishes. Show More Summary

Huawei Watch 2: Australian Price, Specs And Availability

The fitness smart watch is still a thing. Huawei's Watch 2 will be the first 4G SIM-enabled model available in the Australian market. Here are all the details on what it can do, where you can get one, and how much it will set you back. More »      

How to Cover your Unexpected Round-the-World Travel Expenses “(Edited)”

No matter where you go, how you go or how many days your stay will be, you can easily spend more cash than you thought you would when traveling. Unexpected travel expenses can cost you more than you would spend if you just stay at home. Show More Summary

5 Strategies for Dividing Household Duties

There it sits. The very full, nearly over-flowing garbage can. You see it there. You know your partner has seen it there, so now the stand-off begins. Will you take it out, or will your partner? You ask yourself, “why am I the only one...Show More Summary

The Benefit of Pairing Digital and Analog to Manage Your Day

How My Hybrid System Gives You the Best of Both Worlds. Since we announced the Full Focus Planner™ a few months ago, I’ve lost track of how many people have asked me about my plans for task and calendar management. Am I planning on going full analog? It’s an important question. When it comes to planning our time, reviewing our goals, and tracking our tasks, we […]

Aziz Ansari Quit the Internet

The Disconnected Life Aziz Ansari recently deleted the web browser from his phone and laptop. He also stopped using email, Twitter and Instagram. As he explained in an interview with GQ, when he gets into a cab, he now leaves his phone in his pocket and simply sits there and thinks; when he gets home, instead of […]

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