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Android/iOS: Today, Instagram released an update to its app that automatically straightens photos taken on iOS, and finally brings video to Android 4.0.Read more...    

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Welcome to our next Hacker Challenge! Each week, we issue a new challenge. You get until Sunday to prepare your submission and send it to us. That gives you a few days to think about it and a whole weekend to work it up. Our editors pick the best submissions ...

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In a world of preachy self-help texts and websites, Gretchen Rubin's best-selling book The Happiness Project (and blog of the same name) is just the opposite. Practical and honest, Gretchen's writing on the pursuit of happiness has sparked nothing short of a movement. (We've featured tons of her ideas on ...

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It used to be that the go-to place for DIY tinkerers was a garage or personal workshop. For many, that has changed. A local hackerspace offers advantages like access to expensive equipment, classes, group projects, and networking with other makers. Have you checked yours out?Read more...    

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Today, Google released the Android Device Manager. Now, you can locate and ring your phone or tablet remotely.Read more...    

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Ask someone how to test a smoke alarm, and chances are you'll be told to press the "test" button on the device. The Boston Globe points out that this is a myth (a dangerous one at that).Read more...    

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A lot of folks have been discussing Chrome's inherently insecure password manager lately. We've already talked about this before, but in case you missed it: Here's why you shouldn't use your browser password manager and which managers are more secure.Read more...    

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Dear Lifehacker, I know a bit about all the different social networks out there, but I don't want to keep up with a separate profile for all of them. Which ones should I use and which ones can I ignore?Read more...    

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We live in a wonderful time when free, open education is abundant. The EduPunks' Atlas and its accompanying guide are a great resource for exploring your DIY education possibilities.Read more...    

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 254 days ago

With the stock market constantly rising and falling, it's hard to predict what kind of luck you'll have when you retire and how much you should be saving so you don't run out of money. One financial expert, however, has found the magic retirement savings rates for most people.Read more...    

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You don’t have to waste a ton of time and money just to eat a decent meal. With a little planning, you can seriously cut down on the time and money it takes to prepare and cook a decent meal.Read more...    

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 254 days ago

iOS/Android: IKEA's latest catalog and mobile apps are ingenious and also bizarre, in that augmented reality way. Now you can point your phone at the paper catalog and place digital IKEA furniture in any room.Read more...    

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 254 days ago

Exercise is shown to provide all kinds of benefits outside of the obvious. That includes boosts to learning and memory. When the best time to exercise for these benefits is often a mystery, but as The New York Times points out, we're starting to get a better understanding.Read more...    

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Unless you have a newer printer, chances are yours isn't ready for cloud printing. Thankfully, with just a $35 Raspberry Pi, How to Geek shows how you can add cloud functionality to just about any printer out there.Read more...    

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 254 days ago

Are you filled with dread by the thought of stepping foot on a plane? If so, I know how you feel. That used to be me. How did I smash my fear of flying? By adopting a series of simple mind hacks that took me from hating air travel to ...

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