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Android/iOS/Web: Today, Google took the wraps off a big new email application. Now, you can view important information directly in your inbox, set reminders or snooze emails, and even bundle related email together with better smart categories.Read more...

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We've talked a lot about the legality of piracy a lot here at Lifehacker, but really, you're probably breaking the law everyday anyway . However, piracy can sometimes have its benefits. Even to the companies who own the copyrights.Read more...

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Whether you're cooking on the grill or in the oven, this wireless meat thermometer will alert you as soon as your meal reaches the desired temperature. It's Amazon's #1 selling meat thermometer, and enjoys a 4.1 star review average to boot.Read more...

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When we think of our savings, we tend to think in linear terms. If you save $20 every week for a year, you'll have $1,040 by the end of the year. However, when it comes to saving money (or anything else), linear growth becomes exponential growth the more you do things.Read more...

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Tired of the same old, boring salads? While there are nearly endless ingredient combinations you can try, this graphic suggests tried-and-true flavor pairings that balance primary tastes . Read more...

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VirtualBox is a lifesaver for anyone who wants to tinker and experiment with different operating systems. Using a CD or disc image is easy in VirtualBox, but it's handy to know how to boot from USB in VirtualBox on Windows as well.Read more...

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Your home network is your fortress. Inside it lies tons of valuable information—unencrypted files, personal, private data, and perhaps most importantly, computers that can be hijacked and used for any purpose. Let's talk about how you can, with the power of evil, sniff around your home network to make sure you don't have any uninvited guests. Read more...

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We know that our sleep schedules can shift to unnatural states in urban settings. To reset your body's clock and learn your natural sleep patterns, try going camping for a week to see how you sleep in the wilderness.Read more...

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Plan to take a trip with kids soon? Conde Nast Traveler suggests you keep them busy during the travel portion by only allowing them to start a new activity every 15 minutes. This makes the entertainment you brought last longer, and it teaches them patience.Read more...

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A speed square has many obvious uses for marking up your building materials. Here's a small hidden feature you may not know about: it can also draw perfect circles.Read more...

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Gawker Michael Brown Autopsy: Gunshot Wound to Hand, Marijuana in System | io9 How To Force People To Do Anything (And Have Them Thank You For it) | Jalopnik Sweden May Have Mystery Sub Cornered, Ready To Use Force To Surface It | Kotaku Turn Your Cat into an RPG Character Read more...

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The Panasonic Arc4 Series of razors was Gizmodo's second favorite electric shaver , and one of your five nominees on Kinja Co-Op . If you aren't totally satisfied with your current shaving experience, or just want to knock out some of your holiday shopping early, you can score one today for just $85.Read more...

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A dollar is a dollar, not a percentage of what you're buying.Read more...

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Android (rooted ): LTE is pretty handy when you're browsing the web or downloading files, but when you aren't actively using your phone, it draws a lot of battery without being useful. Smart Network switches your phone to 2G when your screen is off to save battery while keeping you connected.Read more...

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Financial planners give professional advice on how to manage your money, but their services can be pricey. The good news is, some of them have joined forces to offer this advice for free on "Financial Planning Day."Read more...

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A lot of people don't follow their passion because they simply don't know what their passion is . Steven Aitchison recommends asking yourself a simple question: what makes you forget the world around you?Read more...

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Windows only: Games are best when played full screen, but many won't play nice with Alt+Tab in full screen mode—which means you can't look at your browser for a guide or change the music playing in the background. Borderless Gaming fixes that problem.Read more...

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At a glance, the laws of the United States seem pretty straightforward. After all, you probably can't keep a flamethrower around or have a pet tiger, right? Actually, in some states, you can. With that in mind, let's make a list of some of the things you've always thought were illegal but are actually totally okay to do.Read more...

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If you've ever been convinced by a salesperson that you truly wanted a product, done something too instinctively, or made choices that seemed entirely out of character, then you've had an idea planted in your mind. Here's how it's done.Read more...

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Sometimes customized widgets are the way to go, and sometimes minimal is the best approach—and we've definitely seen a trend in the minimal direction. Flickr user Imminient Fate submitted this good-looking desktop a while back, but it still caught our eye. Here's how you can set it up too.Read more...

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A lot of restaurants will give you something for free on your birthday, and with the right approach so will a lot of bars. The thing is, your birthday only comes around once a year, so this video shares some social engineering maneuvers to ensure you have a very happy un-birthday.Read more...

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If you've set up your own online store and are looking for a professional theme to accompany it, reader Barbora Prostredná has you covered with 10 different WordPress themes.Read more...

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Starting today, Yelp users can book hotels through the Hipmunk travel booking service without ever leaving the Yelp app or web site.Read more...

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Isaac Asimov, the science fiction author and essayist, had a pretty good grasp on creativity. Here's one of his best tips on finding new ideas and nurturing creativity from one of his previously unreleased essays.Read more...

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