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Use This Tasker Action to Find Out If Your Train Is Delayed

Android: If you use public transit to get to work, Google will sometimes let you know if your train is delayed. However, it might not tell you until you get to the station. This Tasker action can help by letting you make on-demand requests to find out. Read more...

Is that Facebook post edited? Here's how to tell - CNET

You have to do a little sleuthing, but you can still tell if a Facebook post has been edited.

The Trick to Perfectly Crispy Ground Meat Is to Leave It Alone

Ground meats such as beef and lamb are the stars of many culinary delights such as tacos, meat sauces, and larb, but there is nothing worse than grey, steamed bits of sadness that never had a chance to brown. Luckily, there’s an easy way to prevent this: leave the meat alone. Read more...

The Checking Accounts That Let You Avoid Foreign ATM Fees

If you’ve traveled to other countries, you understand the pain of getting dinged by foreign ATMs when you withdraw cash. It doesn’t seem like a big deal, but it can add up if you don’t get enough cash the first or second time. Solution: open a checking account that can waive fees. Read more...

Advice for Students and Jobseekers: When Experience Comes Your Way, Take It

Whatever hands-on experience you can get, take it, and take more than you think you can handle. Don’t limit your writing experience to the typical classroom workshop environment, where egos can be fragile and stakes are low. In this advice, Jane Friedman is specifically referring to undergrad students who are pursuing a creative writing degree. Show More Summary

Top 10 Raspberry Pi Projects for Beginners

Maybe you picked up a Raspberry Pi for the holidays, or you’ve been sitting on one of the super versatile, palm-sized computers for a while now. If you’ve been wondering how to get started with yours, or what you could build that’s worthwhile, here are ten great ideas. Read more...

How to Safely Use Any Bag as a Camera Bag

Camera bags are great for protecting your gear, but if you aren’t a professional photographer spending cash on a dedicated bag can be excessive. Luckily, with the right accessories any bag can function as your camera bag. Read more....

How To Keep Your Pets Cool Without Blowing Your Energy Bill

As the weather heats up, Australian households won’t just be cranking up the air conditioning for themselves. Some households will be turning it on for their dogs or cats. We look at some ways to keep your pets happy and hydrated without relying entirely on your AC. More »      

Development Timelapse For EVE Online Shows Python As Workhorse Language

Video games tend to have a limited shelf life, but that changed significantly with the advent of internet and persistent online games. Just look at the likes of World of Warcraft and EVE Online, which have been running for over a decade and show no signs of stopping. Show More Summary

Firefox's Built-In JSON Viewer To Be Enabled For All Channels

Browsers now come with all manner of developer tools for debugging websites, inspecting code and even making live changes. HTML, CSS and XML are easily interpreted and presented in human-readable form, but just-as-important formats such as JSON still come out as a wall of monospaced text. Soon that won't be the case for Firefox. More »      

Trick Your Friends and Family With These 10 Bets You'll Always Win

If you’re looking for some ways to astonish your friends and family, or maybe win some free drinks at the bar, give these tricks a try. Read more...

Remains of the Day: WhatsApp Doesn't Really Have a Secret Backdoor

Earlier today The Guardian reported that WhatsApp has a critical flaw that could potentially enable man-in-the-middle attacks to decrypt encrypted messages. But it’s not exactly cut-and-dry because the encryption software is designed to work that way. That and more in today’s news. Read more...

The 12 Most Scenic Train Trips In the World

Traveling by train is one of the simplest ways to get around, and it can also be the most photogenic. These 12 routes from around the world are so visually striking you’ll be glued to your railroad car’s window for the entire trip. Read more...

Locate a Lost Roku Remote By Pressing a Button On the Roku Box

Ever lost the remote to your Roku device? How-To Geek reminds us that you can sound an alarm on the remote by pressing a button on the Roku itself. Read more...

How to preorder the Nintendo Switch - CNET

Here's what you need to know about getting your hands on Nintendo's new transforming handheld game console.

Get to Know Everything About Using a Multimeter With This Guide

Multimeters seem simple enough to use. You turn it on, connect the leads, then start poking things. Really though, there’s a quite a bit going on in a multimeter and a lot of different settings to get used to. Make has a guide that walks you through everything you need to know. Read more...

Get Your Snack On With Amazon's Deal On Frito-Lay Products

An endless supply of chips and cookies in my pantry is a dream, and it looks like Amazon wants to make that a reality. Use Subscribe & Save (you can always cancel) and grab massive variety packs on Frito-Lay products for 20% off. There are tons to choose from like Cheetos, Doritos, Sun Chips, Stacy’s and more. Read more...

HealthView Gives You a Better Overall Look at Your Apple Health Data

iPhone: The Apple Health dashboard isn’t really a great way to quickly glance at all your health data in on place. It packs in a weird amount of unnecessary information and larger, useless graphics. HealthView gives you a more concise view of that same data. Read more...

Learn What Breast Cancer Can Look Like With This Cute Image

You’ve probably heard that you should see a doctor if you notice any changes in your breasts, since lumps and other anomalies can be signs of breast cancer. But do you even know what changes you’re looking for? Let these lemons explain. Read more...

Tweak Your Summertime Daiquiri for Winter Drinking 

The tart, lime-y daiquiri tends to get classified as a “summer beverage,” which is unfortunate, given the abundance of citrus fruit we are awarded every winter. Luckily, the beverage gurus as PUNCH have developed a few tweaks to ready the classic cocktail for cold-weather imbibing. Read more...

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