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Web/Android/iOS/OS X/Chrome: Wunderlist is already one of our favorite to-do apps , and today it just got better. Wunderlist 3 brings speed improvements, real-time syncing across devices, public to-do lists you can share with the web, a Do Not Disturb mode, an updated UI, and more.Read more...

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People often write of OS X as a restricted, un-customizable operating system. But if you know where to look, you can change a lot about how your Mac looks and works. Here's how to do it. Read more...

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When you have people over for a garden party, the last thing you want your guests to do is run inside every time they need flatware, drinks, or napkins. Create a refill station and you can save time and effort.Read more...

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Confidence can take you a long way, but don't mistake confidence for arrogance—one seeks to lift others up from a place of satisfaction with yourself, and the other seeks to diminish others because of insecurity. In this video, Aaron from I Am Alpha M describes the difference beautifully. Read more...

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Android: What's taking up all the space in your Dropbox? Are there multiple copies of the same file in your Google Drive? Get control of your cloud storage with Unclouded for Android.Read more...

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Amazon's back with another solid Gold Box full of Transcend flash storage, but this one has a twist: Huge discounts on Transcend's relatively new JetDrive storage upgrade products for MacBook Airs and MacBook Pros. Read more...

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Mac: Popular song identification app Shazam has now landed on Mac OS X. It runs unobtrusively in the background to tell you which songs are playing in your vicinity, using the built-in microphone. Read more...

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Whether you're headed back to school or just want to take advantage of some back to school sales, now's a great time to pick out the notebook computer you want to buy. This week, we want to know which ultrabooks you think are the best, and worth your money when the sales roll in.Read more...

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You've cleaned up your house , now how do you keep it tidy? You don't need anything fancy to battle clutter, says Apartment Therapy. All you need is a tray and a few baskets to keep everything neat without losing stuff.Read more...

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Streaming music apps and discovery services are a dime a dozen, but even the best ones have a hard time competing with the names everyone already knows. Even so, getting out of your comfort zone a little bit and trying a new service will only reward you with tons of great new music. Here are a few services we love that we think you'll love too.Read more...

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Flickr user Terry Landers (a.k.a. Lordgort141) sure likes flags...and monitors. His workspace is set up so there are screens and flags everywhere.Read more...

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Wine has so many varieties and varying degrees of value that it can be intimidating to order when you're out to dinner. Gerald Morgan Jr, Sommelier at Simplified Wine, has some tips on choosing and ordering wine that can help alleviate the confusion and intimidation.Read more...

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Credit Karma is one of our favorite free services for monitoring your own credit and keeping your identity safe . Now they're upping the ante and offering free credit reports every single week, so you're aware instantly if someone's stealing your identity. Read more...

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This week, the Metropolitan Museum of Art put 400,000 high-resolution images from their collection up for download. So, to give you a taste, we decided to show off a few of our favorite wallpaper-friendly ones for your desktop.Read more...

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You're preparing a cake or getting ready to scramble some eggs and it happens: you spot a teeny, tiny piece of shell floating around in the eggs. Before you reach in and start picking at it, be sure to wet your fingers first.Read more...

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If you're an Amazon Prime subscriber, you can choose a no-rush shipping option during checkout and earn $1 of Amazon Instant Video credit for every order.Read more...

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Usenet is a great resource, but before you can take advantage of it, you need to find a good provider. Last week we asked you for your favorites , then looked at the five best Usenet providers based on your nominations. Now we're back to crown the crowd-favorite. Read more...

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You've heard it a million times: Career advancement is as much about who you know as what you know—and that's exactly why being an effective networker is so important. Here are eight tips from power networkers that go beyond schmoozing to expand your professional circles.Read more...

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Everyone is need of storing items at one point or another, but do you know what to put it in or at what temp you should try and keep it? This infographic from Next Door Self Storage gives you the rundown on storing anything from food to electronics.Read more...

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Portable USB chargers are nothing new, but they drain power pretty fast if you're charging multiple devices. Plus, the charger itself always needs to be charged up to work. So, Instructables user 3zuli decided to make his own universal charger that can draw power from just about anything.Read more...

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BitTorrent just opened up invitations for its pre-alpha version of Bleep, a chat client that's structured around anonymity and works similar to a peer-to-peer network. Read more...

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Our Five Best Smartphones voting ended with a very narrow win in favor of the Ram X-Mount, but we don't have to settle for indecisive victory. Welcome to our first Co-Op tie-breaker. Head to the comments and star your choice.Read more...

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At its most basic, Plex is an app that lets you stream media from your desktop to any other device, whether you're using a phone or a tablet or another computer. But it's slowly become an entire ecosystem of media management across virtually every platform you could think of.Read more...

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