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Mp3 players aren't nearly as popular as they used to be, but Instructables user BrittLiv's MP3 player-inside-of-a-cassette is cool enough that it might be worth making regardless. Read more...

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Raspberry Pi cases are a dime a dozen , but we all know making your own is usually the best way to go. The recently released Model B+ changes the form factor of the Pi enough that old cases don't work. Thankfully, Imgur user quantumCity shares a B+ case made ...

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Jailbreaking iPhones has been a popular route for people trying to get more out of their iOS devices for a long while, but Apple keeps slowly adding a lot of jailbreak features to their operating system. So, we want to know, do you still care about jailbreaking?Read more...

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There's a new way for thieves to steal your ATM PIN code or find out which numbers you pressed on many keypads (like number door locks): All they need is an iPhone case that shows infrared. You can prevent it with a simple trick, though.Read more...

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We talk a lot about mechanical keyboards around here, and with good reason. They're the kind of life/work upgrade you never look back from , and a joy to type and game on. Today we want to know what your favorite mechanical switch is, and why.Read more...

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Apple has released free copies of U2's "Songs of Innocence" album to everyone's iTunes accounts. But for those of us who don't want it, they've now given us a way to take it off. Read more...

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Today, Google unleashed a new, overhauled version of its well-loved (and little known) custom maps tool, called My Maps. It's pretty powerful and cool.Read more...

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Dear Lifehacker, I can't decide between the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. What are the actual benefits of that large screen on the Plus? It almost looks too big to use with one hand.Read more...

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Amazon's in-house magnetic earbuds are actually pretty great , and luckily, you don't have to buy a Fire Phone to get them. Normally, they sell for $25, but today only, you can get a pair for $10, plus a $1 MP3 credit. [Amazon Premium Earbuds, $10]Read more...

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Android: Seasoned SwiftKey users make typing look easy. SwiftKey houses a heat map feature that shows you where your touch patterns are—and where your most common mistakes might be made. Read more...

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We've all had our fair share of less than remarkable comments. The Fast Track tells us to learn how to respond to these situations in a way that avoids damaging relationships.Read more...

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Android: It's important for parents to know how to set media device restrictions for censorship and protected purchases. Follow these directions to keep your child and bank account safe. Read more...

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Sometimes the hardest part of talking with people you care about is saying no. They might need a favor or a loan or just a ride, but you can't always be available to help everyone. Here's what I've learned from my experience about how to say no to even a ...

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The Fire Phone might be underperforming, but its accompanying earbuds are great. Gizmodo's Eric Limer had great things to say about them that you can read below, and you can pick them up for just $10 today, with a $1 MP3 credit thrown in for good measure. That's an easy ...

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Android: Despite the internet revolution, books are still a valuable source of information. Reading takes time, though. If you're the type to stick to non-fiction, fact-filled books, Blinkist can help you get to the good parts.Read more...

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