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If you have a TV in your home without a Chromecast plugged in, you can fix that today for just $15.Read more...

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If you're planning a wedding, shower, or big party with guests and gifts, you'll probably need a decent tool to organize your registry, help people choose gifts, and avoid a ton of duplicate toasters or blenders. This week we want to hear which you think are the best. Read more...

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Forget about complex DIY projects , ugly shower caddies or expensive spice racks. All you need to organize your spices is a humble drawer.Read more...

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There are some things you just don't skimp on , but other luxuries just aren't worth the price tag. From stemware to TVs, there are some luxury goods that don't live up to the hype—or can be had cheaper by buying generic. Let's run down a few of them. Read more...

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This loft-like apartment in New York City's West Village features gorgeous exposed brick walls, bright spots of color, and vintage furnishings throughout.Read more...

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If you've already connected your Twitter and Amazon accounts for adding items to your cart, you can also now add items to your wish list with a hashtag.Read more...

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Today we're doing something a bit different. With the iPhone 6 Plus officially launched and the Note 4 around the corner, it seems like a great time to share some wallpapers packed full of pixels. These will work on small(er) phones as well, but everyone's welcome here!Read more...

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You may not think that skateboarding and success have much in common, but there is one thing skateboarders definitely know how to do: get back up.Read more...

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If you're looking to score great deals on used video games for all platforms, or specific consoles, you have tons of great choices. Last week we asked for your favorites, then looked at the five best places for used games and consoles. Now we're back to highlight your favorite. Read more...

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My steady corporate job was great on paper—it paid well and let me travel the world, but it was also incredibly taxing and limiting. I didn't want to be a cog in that system. I wanted to run my own business, but I never anticipated the challenges that came with it.Read more...

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Jazz music is all about improvisation and flow. Adding some of Jazz's musical principles can turn a boring checklist overview into an energetic, idea-bouncing meeting.Read more...

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If you made the upgrade to iOS 8.0.1 today on your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, you might have noticed that your Touch ID and cell service have suddenly stopped working. Instead of waiting for Apple to release a fix, iMore suggests downgrading back to iOS 8.Read more...

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iPhone: You have a ton of great options for photo apps on the iPhone, but if you're looking for something with expert controls, Manual is one of the most customizable camera apps we've seen. Just a quick warning too, the above video's slightly NSFW.Read more...

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Six years ago, I sat on my girlfriend's couch, casually flipping her new iPhone 3G end over end. I was pondering why anyone would buy an iPhone over my clearly superior T-Mobile G1 handset. Yes, I was an Android nut, a former Sidekick owner who believed that smartphones should have physical keyboards and be held horizontally for maximum effect. In other words, I wanted a laptop that fit in my pocket, looks be damned. When I realized her iPhone couldn't even let me type comfortably — hands bunched around its tiny portrait keyboard — I eyed it with disdain.Read more...

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Jason Silva is hard to put a label on—he's been called a futurist, an "idea DJ," a performance philosopher, and more. His popular video series Shots of Awe is a cinematic exploration of science and philosophy, and he also hosts the National Geographic Channel's BrainGames.Read more...

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Sure, many couples fight about the big things—money and child rearing and what kind of car to buy—but it's the little things we argue about, like what to eat and which way the toilet paper should roll , that can be more irritating.Read more...

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I'd rather get this out of the way up front: the iPhone 6 is the best smartphone you can buy. In fact, it's better than that. The iPhone 6 convinced me to switch back to Apple.Read more...

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Stress can be terribly damaging . Although it's normal to get stressed every so often, much of what we worry about doesn't come to pass. This illustration could help keep things in perspective.Read more...

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An update to iOS 8 is now available for download. Bug fixes in 8.0.1 include a fix to HealthKit that had previously hindered compatible apps, third party keyboards becoming deselected, and more. Update: Some users are reporting that the update is disabling their cell service and Touch ID. Might want to put off updating for now!Read more...

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Android Wear has only been out for a couple months and we've only just started to scratch the surface of what can be done with it. However, if you're an early adopter that's already jumping on board, here are some of the most useful apps to get you started.Read more...

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An emergency fund is cash you've saved for one purpose: to help you cope with the emergencies that life hands you, without disrupting your everyday routine. It could be an accident or a health issue—with your fund you have room to breathe. The key, however, is to leave the fund alone until you need it. Deposit your money, let it earn a little interest, and ignore the balance until an actual emergency occurs.Read more...

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If you like to cook, but don't own a kitchen scale, you're really missing out . Measuring ingredients by volume is inherently imprecise and inconsistent, but weighing them ensures that your meals come out perfect every time. Luckily, you don't have to spend a lot to enjoy the benefits yourself.Read more...

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Salary, job growth, number of opportunities—these are all important considerations when you're deciding what career to go into H&R Block has compiled data that might be interesting for recent college grads or those seeking an entry level job.Read more...

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Most of us schedule our time according to what we need to get done during a particular day or week. Because of the urgency of immediate tasks, we often neglect our long-term goals. Ironically, this can undermine our ability to put out short-term fires.Read more...

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