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Ziggedy donates a part of your purchases at popular web retailers to the charities you love. You select the charity you want to support, you select where you want to shop, and the service takes care of the rest. It's a bit like Amazon Smile, except it extends to other online shopping sites. Read more...

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Windows/Mac: Dashlane, one of our favorite password managers , just took the wraps off their latest version. Dashlane 3 now features emergency contacts who can access your passwords if you're unable to, secure password sharing for teams or families, and best of all, it's even lighter on system resources than ever.Read more...

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If you are on a Windows laptop, you might want to shut your Chrome and use Firefox or Internet Explorer in case you need to conserve juice. Chrome has a core problem that causes it to consume more battery than other browsers, Forbes says.Read more...

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Don't throw away a yogurt cup when you're done eating. These plastic cups are perfect for measuring ingredients, and have a few other uses too.Read more...

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Android: Instead of copy-pasting long URLs from your browser to a friend on Whatsapp, free app ShortPaste automatically shortens the link when you copy it.Read more...

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Getting into an argument with a significant is always tough. If you don't pay attention, it pretty easy for the whole thing to escalate and spiral out of control. To keep that from happening, The Wall Street Journal spoke with Dr. Hal Shorey to provide a five step guide. Read more...

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Android: Chrome and Android may go together like a raccoon and a talking tree, but this Chrome OS design for Android home screens might bring the relationship to the next level.Read more...

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For many of us, the workday doesn't feel like it ever ends because of our connected devices. At the end of the day, give yourself at least five gadget-free—distraction free—minutes to mentally review your day.Read more...

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Zelmyra and Herbert Fisher were married for almost 87 years, so it's safe to say they know a thing or two about marriage. The Fisher's participated in a Q&A on Twitter and shared some advice on love and commitment.Read more...

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iPhone: Spotlight is pretty handy on iOS, but it's not perfect. It's also not that customizable if you want to add your own services. Searchr is a tool that allows you to do both. Read more...

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Soldering irons have a ton of different tips, and each of them is better suited for different tasks. However, which tips are best suited for what isn't always obvious, so Instructables user JColvin91 breaks down the best uses for each.Read more...

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Building a gaming PC can be time-consuming and stressful. There are a thousand things that could go wrong, and any one of them could cost you hundreds of dollars. And yet we do it anyway. Why? Because building PCs is totally awesome.Read more...

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Before you put down that deposit on a home, don't forget to carefully inspect it—even if it appears to be in good condition. Some problems might go unnoticed, and you want to spot any potential deal breakers before they become headaches.Read more...

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Mac: iTerm 2, our favorite terminal emulator for Mac , updated today with a ton of handy new features. These include support for triggers, a toolbelt feature, and more.Read more...

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Android: Unified Remote is easily one of the handiest apps on Android for remotely controlling your PC . Today it got even better with a huge update that brings a new UI, plus a ton of great features.Read more...

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Android: There are plenty of Android launchers around. Despite the intense competition, Solo Launcher manages to stand out by having a lot of the same features as Nova or Apex, while still being free, and adding some sweet gesture controls.Read more...

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We all rely on email, we all know it can get overwhelming. To get back in control, Tim Ferris suggests setting up auto-responses that make it clear you only check your emails at certain times of day. He even offers his own for you to try out yourself.Read more...

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As if we don't procrastinate enough when it comes to work and chores, a recent study has uncovered yet another way we procrastinate, "sleep procrastination." Do you tend to stay up later than you should just because you're delaying bedtime?Read more...

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A few years ago, a Princeton study suggested that $75,000 is the happiness tipping point —earning more than that, happiness may not really improve. This needs to be adjusted, however, by your area's cost of living, so here's the benchmark by state (and DC). Read more...

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Poaching is one of the trickier ways to cook eggs, if you care about keeping a tight, round shape or if you're making several poached eggs at once. Here's a shortcut: Just use a mini mason jar to hold the egg.Read more...

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Guess you're really gonna need a bigger boat for this Anker because otherwise it would sink, ya know... yeah. Anker's highest capacity at its lowest price ever with code AASTROE5. Get it. [Anker E5] MOBILE25Read more...

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A single-day business trip has its perks. It saves you (or your company) time and money, and takes you back home to your loved ones. But it can be tasking and tiring. Applying the right tricks, you can make your day trip into a much more pleasurable experience.Read more...

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A New York restaurant discovered complaints about slow service were rising year over year, despite adding more staff. After comparing security footage from 2014 with similar footage from 2004, a surprising culprit was identified—the humble smartphone.Read more...

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There are lots of ways stores try to manipulate shoppers, from placing more expensive items at eye level to encouraging interaction with goods . A study published in the Journal of Marketing shows that the tempo of music you hear whilst shopping can also have an influence.Read more...

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There's no shortage of useful, interesting apps for the Mac, but some of them you just can't live without. In this year's annual Lifehacker Pack for Mac, we're highlighting the best downloads for better productivity, communication, media management, and more.Read more...

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