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Dead pixel have you down? These tricks might revive it

Dead pixel got you down? We don't blame you. Check out our guide on how to fix a dead or stuck pixel and save yourself that costly screen replacement, or an unwanted trip to your local repair shop.
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How To Get A Crazy Sharp Kitchen Knife

Why would anyone cook with a dull knife? Sharpening a knife may sound like a daunting task, but it's actually relatively simple if you have the right tools. Here's how to do so, whether you plan to merely hone your knife or sharpen it using…
Computing

How to update your Gmail mugshot in a few easy steps

Switching up the photo associated with your Gmail account is often necessary, especially if you just received a makeover. Here's how to quickly swap it for another, along with directions for changing your Google Plus photo.
Movies & TV

Cinematic spring cleaning: how to delete titles from your Netflix viewing history

Everybody has some skeletons in their Netflix queue, but you don't have to live with them if you don't want to. Although it's not readily apparent, there is a simple way to delete titles from your history. Here's how.
Mobile

Cut down on your phone bill: How to reduce your data usage on Android or iOS

Minutes and texts belong to the past now. The focus of your smartphone worry today should be data. We take a look at how to reduce your data usage, avoid breaking your limits, and save yourself a little money.
How-To

How to make a successful podcast

Starting a podcast can be daunting, but not if you know how to do so. Here are a few pointers, whether you need equipment suggestions, distribution guidance, or some suggestions on how to build your audience.
Computing

These are the best ways to print-to-PDF in Windows 10, Windows 8, and Windows 7 1:45

Printing to PDF in Windows can be a hassle if you don't have the right software. We run you through how to convert files to PDF in Windows 7,8, and 10 with or without Adobe Acrobat.
Cool Tech

Weekend Workshop: Survive The Wasteland with these ‘Fallout’ DIY Nuka-Cola caps

Made popular by way of Bethesda's Fallout franchise, Nuka-Cola caps are the cream of the currency crop across The Wasteland. Here's how you can make a batch for yourself along with a companion Nuka-Cola jar.
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Infuse your own spirits in just a few hours using the sous vide method

Sous vide isn't just for making the perfect steak. You can also use the cooking method to infuse alcohol with fruit or herbs or even turn vodka into gin with the addition of a few botanicals.
Computing

Want to trick out your mouse cursor? Here's how to do it in Windows

The standard mouse cursor is boring, so change it! With this guide, you can choose to use one of Microsoft's pre-installed cursors, or download something a bit more extravagant from the web.
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It can’t spin bottles like Tom Cruise, but this kegerator pours premixed cocktails

The Open Bar project, an entry for the 2016 Hackaday Prize, automatically makes and pours cocktails using a kegerator. Want to make one for yourself? The project is open source.
Computing

No Internet? No Problem! How to use Chrome OS offline

Google's application suite is incredibly useful, sure, but did you know you can use a host of Google apps offline in Chrome OS? Here's how, so you can keep up your productivity even when an internet connection is nowhere to be found.