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9 Mar/12

Facebook-Twitter: guerra di interessi

Facebook-Twitter: guerra di interessi

Mentre in Germania Facebook deve fare i conti con la perdita di utenti a causa della politica di gestione della privacy per così dire... leggera e maldigerita dalle autorità locali, il popolare social network si prepara a dichiarare guerra a quello che sta divenendo il suo rivale più pericoloso: Twitter. Prossimamente infatti, nei menù della creatura di Mark Zuckerberg e soci, verrà aggiunta l'opzione "Aggiungi interessi", che consentirà agli utenti una gestione simile a quanto è...

2 Ott/10

Top 10 iOS Jailbreak Hacks [Video]

Top 10 iOS Jailbreak Hacks [Video]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); If you’ve purchased an iOS device, you’ve also signed up for its many limitations. Jailbreaking can put you back in control. Here are ten great jailbreak hacks to help you customize and better utilize your iOS device. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link: Top 10 iOS Jailbreak...

11 Set/10

Top 10 Things to Do with a New Windows 7 System [Lifehacker Top 10]

Top 10 Things to Do with a New Windows 7 System [Lifehacker Top 10]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Whether you’ve just bought a new PC, upgraded to Windows 7, or reinstalled your OS, a just-installed system is a great opportunity to make some helpful changes and fixes. Here are the things we recommend anyone tackle on a minty fresh Windows. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link:...




3 Set/10

The Best Things to Buy in September [Buying Guide]

The Best Things to Buy in September [Buying Guide]

Lots of stores are looking to make space for their big fall inventory push, and everything left over from summer is going cheap. Time to look into cars, appliances, holiday airfare, and other good buys in September. More » Continua a leggere – Original Link: The Best Things to Buy in September [Buying Guide] Technorati Tags: buying, buying-guide, buyingguide, feature, from-summer, guide, inventory-push, make-space,...

24 Ago/10

How to Build a Hidden Home Theater PC Inside Your Entertainment Center [DIY]

How to Build a Hidden Home Theater PC Inside Your Entertainment Center [DIY]

Many of us use computers to power our home theater experience, but the last thing anyone wants is a noisy PC tower uglying up the living room. Here’s how reader aec007 converted Ikea’s Besta media console into a well-hidden, well-ventilated HTPC. More » Continua a leggere – Original Link: How to Build a Hidden Home Theater PC Inside Your Entertainment Center [DIY] Technorati Tags: feature, hidden-home, home...

12 Ago/10

The Non-Alarmist Guide to Avoiding Your Environmental Health Risks [Geomedicine]

The Non-Alarmist Guide to Avoiding Your Environmental Health Risks [Geomedicine]

We’re all going to die someday, but where you live can play an important role in when and how it’ll happen. Here’s a look into geomedicine—the study of location-based health factors—and how you can stay healthy in your locale. More » Continua a leggere – Original Link: The Non-Alarmist Guide to Avoiding Your Environmental Health Risks [Geomedicine] Technorati Tags: all-going, clips, feature,...

21 Set/09

Master Windows 7 Jump Lists to Boost Your Win7 Productivity [Windows 7]

Master Windows 7 Jump Lists to Boost Your Win7 Productivity [Windows 7]

We’ve already mentioned the new Jump Lists feature in Windows 7 as one of our favorite features of the burgeoning operating system, and today we’re taking a closer look at how you can use them to save time. For those of you that haven’t yet tried out Windows 7, when you right-click on a taskbar button in Windows 7, a menu slides out with recent documents and application tasks. You can even access it with the left mouse button if you choose. Here’s a rundown of our...

14 Set/09

Use Dropbox for More Than Just File Syncing [Dropbox]

Use Dropbox for More Than Just File Syncing [Dropbox]

Ever since Lifehacker turned me on to Dropbox, it’s become one of the most essential pieces in my daily workflow. Sure it syncs files extremely well, but Dropbox is an excellent tool for so much more. Dropbox, at its core, is a simple file synchronization utility that stores your data in the cloud and makes it accessible across Windows, Mac, and Linux machines—or via the web interface from any browser. What sets Dropbox apart from other file syncing tools is that changes are...

18 Ago/09

Supercharge Google Reader with Send To Links [Feeds]

Supercharge Google Reader with Send To Links [Feeds]

Google Reader recently added custom “Send To” controls to its feature list, and we’ve been looking for the most useful links to feed it. Here are 10 excellent send-to tools you can add to Reader, with more on the way. “More on the way” because, despite trying to keep our eyes and feed readers in as many places as possible, we’re guessing there are a lot of other great URL-friendly webapps that can be hooked into Reader, as these crowd-sourced examples...

14 Ago/09

Digsby Joins the Dark Side, Uses Your PC to Make Money [Rants]

Digsby Joins the Dark Side, Uses Your PC to Make Money [Rants]

The popular Digsby instant messenger client not only bundles half a dozen “optional” crapware applications, it’s also using your computer to crawl the web, do stock market research, and more. It’s time to uninstall. Bundling Crapware is a Despicable Business Model Many popular freeware applications bundle crapware into their setup files, prompting you during the installation process to install something that nobody wants—like the Yahoo/Ask.com/SomeRandomCompany...

14 Ago/09

Digsby Joins the Dark Side, Uses Your PC to Make Money [Rants]

Digsby Joins the Dark Side, Uses Your PC to Make Money [Rants]

The popular Digsby instant messenger client not only bundles half a dozen “optional” crapware applications, it’s also using your computer to crawl the web, do stock market research, and more. It’s time to uninstall. Bundling Crapware is a Despicable Business Model Many popular freeware applications bundle crapware into their setup files, prompting you during the installation process to install something that nobody wants—like the Yahoo/Ask.com/SomeRandomCompany...

25 Lug/09

Top 10 Tips to Streamline Your Vacation Planning [Lifehacker Top 10]

Top 10 Tips to Streamline Your Vacation Planning [Lifehacker Top 10]

U.S. citizens may be notoriously bad at using up our vacation days, but even if you’re just taking off a few days this summer, make the most of it with these 10 vacation tips. Photo by mikety28. 10. Save Money with a Staycation Times are tough, but just because things aren’t looking so hot in the finance department doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a nice vacation. Consider planning a staycation. It may not seem as exciting as exploring exotic new places, but just because...

25 Lug/09

The Bookworm’s Guide to the Lifehacker Galaxy [Books]

The Bookworm’s Guide to the Lifehacker Galaxy [Books]

It may not have the words “DON’T PANIC” inscribed in large friendly letters on its cover, but our Bookworm’s Guide to the Lifehacker Galaxy is a compilation of some of our favorite book related hacks, projects, and tricks. Photo by Ian Wilson What to Read… What to Read… Photo by japanese_craft_construction On some days it’s tough to decide what to read. For the younger ones, it’s easy to find reading lists, but what about the rest of us? There’s...

25 Lug/09

The Bookworm’s Guide to the Lifehacker Galaxy [Books]

The Bookworm’s Guide to the Lifehacker Galaxy [Books]

It may not have the words “DON’T PANIC” inscribed in large friendly letters on its cover, but our Bookworm’s Guide to the Lifehacker Galaxy is a compilation of some of our favorite book related hacks, projects, and tricks. Photo by Ian Wilson What to Read… What to Read… Photo by japanese_craft_construction On some days it’s tough to decide what to read. For the younger ones, it’s easy to find reading lists, but what about the rest of us? There’s...

25 Lug/09

The Bookworm’s Guide to the Lifehacker Galaxy [Books]

The Bookworm’s Guide to the Lifehacker Galaxy [Books]

It may not have the words “DON’T PANIC” inscribed in large friendly letters on its cover, but our Bookworm’s Guide to the Lifehacker Galaxy is a compilation of some of our favorite book related hacks, projects, and tricks. Photo by Ian Wilson What to Read… What to Read… Photo by japanese_craft_construction On some days it’s tough to decide what to read. For the younger ones, it’s easy to find reading lists, but what about the rest of us? There’s...

8 Lug/09

Set Up "Push" Gmail on Your iPhone [Hack Attack]

Set Up "Push" Gmail on Your iPhone [Hack Attack]

Despite iPhone 3.0‘s push notifications and previously mentioned Google Sync‘s contacts and calendars syncing chops, push Gmail still hasn’t come to the iPhone. But with the Prowl iPhone application, you can now push Gmail notifications—and then some—to your iPhone. What Prowl Does The $3 Prowl iPhone application [iTunes App Store Link] works in conjunction with Growl, the universal notification application for Macs, to push desktop notifications to your iPhone....

17 Giu/09

Lifehacker Pack 2009: Our List of Essential Free Mac Downloads [Downloads]

Lifehacker Pack 2009: Our List of Essential Free Mac Downloads [Downloads]

We’ve featured countless apps or all sorts over the years, but if you just want a quick look at the best free downloads for your Mac, this post’s for you. This is the 2009 Lifehacker Pack for Mac OS X. Like our 2009 Lifehacker Pack for Windows (and its predecessor), the Mac version has the same goal in mind: to provide Mac lovers with a single, handy list of the best free applications that you’re likely to use on a regular basis. Note: You can head directly to each application’s...

10 Mag/09

Five Best Journaling Tools [Hive Five]

Five Best Journaling Tools [Hive Five]

Public declarations and diatribes have their place, but sometimes you need a private space for your thoughts, dreams, and ramblings. Whether you crave a digital or analog tool, you’ll find it in this Hive Five. Photo by Barnaby. Earlier this week we asked you to share your favorite journaling tool. We’ve tallied the nominations and now we’re back to share the top five journaling tools. This week’s Hive Five is a mix of online and off, digital and analog, and a rather...

2 Mag/09

How to Filter and Manage Your Online Social Life [Information Overload]

How to Filter and Manage Your Online Social Life [Information Overload]

You love your friends and enjoy your acquaintances, but their Facebook/Twitter/LinkedIn/MySpace activity is killing your productivity. Here’s the two ways, “sledgehammer” and “scalpel,” we recommend for keeping yourself in the loop while minimizing constant distractions. Photo by Pipe . Before we pull out the big guns, make sure you’ve taken a good look at the social sites you use and the information filtering features they offer. Facebook, for...