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Tonight on Lifehacker: After Hours, we kick off a new series, Do This Tonight.

Tonight on Lifehacker: After Hours, we kick off a new series, Do This Tonight. Featuring things you should definitely try tonight. Read more...

Keep Loose on Long Flights with These Simple Plane Exercises

Long haul flights can be really tough on you if you don’t approach them the right way. To keep your cramped body from getting too stiff at 35,000 feet, this graphic has seven exercises you can do on the plane to loosen up. Read more...

The Ultra-Popular WD My Passport Ultra 2TB is Back Down to $80

One of our favorite hard drive deals is back. We've seen the 2TB WD My Passport Ultra drop to $80 a few times in a past, but it's one of the most reliable and popular drives on the market, and a terrific deal if you need some extra storage. [WD My Passport Ultra 2TB, $80] Read more...

How To Get Twitter's New Star Wars Emojis

There’s a new Star Wars film coming, in case you haven’t noticed. Twitter is celebratingby adding new Star Wars-centric emojis. More »      

How Much Does The iPhone 6 Cost Across The World?

In Australia we like to whinge about the cost of smartphones because of the ‘Australia tax’, but how do we rank compared to other countries? A new study comparing the costs of goods and services around the world includes a ranking of what you’ll pay to buy an iPhone 6 outright. More »      

Make Uncomfortable Talks Less Confrontational by Standing at an Angle

When you need to have one of those talks that you know will cause conflict, you can take some of the edge off with your body language. Standing at an angle instead of face to face can help. Read more...

Here's The Docker Client For Windows

Good news for software containerisation fans: the official Windows client for Docker has been released in preview. More »      

Learn How to Easily Detect Counterfeit Bills with This Video

When you’re selling your stuff in person—either through Craigslist or some other service—knowing how to detect a counterfeit bill can keep you from getting scammed. You may already know a few of these tricks, but some of these methods can help you spot the more subtle differences. Read more...

What's the Best Way to Wash My Produce Before I Eat It?

Dear Lifehacker, Pesticides and disease-causing bacteria aren't welcome guests on my fruits and vegetables. But does washing produce really remove them? And do I have to buy a special product, or can I whip something up at home that's just as good? Read more...

How Lots of Small Projects Can Be More Satisfying Than a Big One

It's easy to get caught up in the romantic idea of making one, massive project and then pouring all of your creative energy into it. But developer Darius Kazemi found that small projects were a little more useful. Read more...

Ask Dr. Nerdlove: Help, She’s Way Out Of My League!

Hello, Internet! Welcome to Ask Dr. NerdLove, the only dating column that knows what to say when the earth quakes, and the poison arrows fall from the sky, and the pillars of Heaven shake. Read more...

Which Aussie Streaming Service Has The Most Box Office Hit Movies?

No single streaming service will offer every movie, but which of the big four Australian contenders has the broadest range of titles? We’ve rated Netflix, Stan, Presto and Quickflix to identify how many certified box office hits they offer. More »      

These Automator Actions Make Apple's Photos Way More Useful

Apple’s new Photos app is better than iPhoto, but it’s still lacking in the feature department. Thankfully, Mac OS X Automation put together a few handy scripts to get more out of the software. Read more...

This Chart Showcases the Features and Downsides Channels on Sling TV

Sling TV is a pretty handy way to get cable channels without cable, but each channel has its own set of weird rules and restrictions. PC World put together a couple charts to help make sense of it all. Read more...

Code Kingdoms Teaches Kids JavaScript with a Puzzle Adventure Game

Web/iOS: A growing number of apps now are geared toward teaching kids to code because it’s a valuable skill to learn. Code Kingdoms is another such app, but it’s wrapped in a game that kids would most likely want to play anyway (programming lessons or not). Read more...

Here’s a secret: Driving through most of America can get mind-numbingly boring.

Here’s a secret: Driving through most of America can get mind-numbingly boring. Here’s how to take some great driving pictures inside your car to curb the monotony. [Jalopnik ] Read more...

Mediocrity Is A Response to No-Win Scenarios

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The Easiest Way to Get Started Running: Mind Your Breath, Not Time

It’s a big transition, going from walking (or no exercise) to running or jogging. While many beginner running programs suggest doing timed intervals that cycle between walking and running, Runner’s World offers a simpler method. Read more...

For a Creative Spin on Asparagus, Try Shaving It

Asparagus is simple enough to cook, and it’s pretty easy to season it and make it delicious, too. But if you want to try something new with your asparagus, try shaving it. Read more...

The "Cash Back" Apps That Can Actually Save You Money When Shopping

Over the past couple years, tons of apps have popped up promising you cash back on everything you buy—but half of them are more of a pain in the ass than they're worth. Here are the ones you should actually look at (and the ones that'll just waste your time). Read more...

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