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The Retro Calculator Home Screen

Back in the ancient days of yesteryear, calculators were physical devices with buttons. Now they’ve been replaced by the phone in your pocket. If you miss those days, but still like your phone, this calculator home screen will take you back in time.

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The Minimum Wage Required to Rent a Two Bedroom Apartment In Each State

If you’re not ready to buy a home , renting an apartment is usually your best bet. According to a new report, these are the minimum hourly wages you need to earn in each state in order to rent an average two bedroom apartment.

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Everyone should be familiar with their bodies.

Everyone should be familiar with their bodies. Today at Lifehacker: After Hours, we’re sharing a ton of stuff you might not have been taught in school.

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Become a Stronger Leader by Asking Yourself These Three Questions

A good leader knows how to communicate, and more importantly, a good leader knows how to address communication issues. These three simple questions will always keep you on top of your game.

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Stop Putting Off Chores by Timing Yourself Doing Them

If you find yourself staring at a sink full of dirty dishes, thinking it would take forever to do them, you’re shooting yourself in the foot. Time yourself doing your chores and you’ll realize you get things done a lot faster than you thought.

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Gawker How We’re Voting on the Union, and Why | Gizmodo Our Google I/O Liveblog Is Right Here | Jalo

Gawker How We’re Voting on the Union, and Why | Gizmodo Our Google I/O Liveblog Is Right Here | Jalopnik I Raced My Hummer On An Actual Race Track | Kotaku Ask Dr. Nerdlove: I’m Worried My Girlfriend Can’t Have An Orgasm | Kinja Popular Posts

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How to Install the Android M Developer Preview on Your Nexus 5, 6, or 9

Today’s Android M announcement at Google I/O 2015 already got us pretty excited. If you’re eager to try out the new hotness (and you have a Nexus 5, 6, 9, or Player), here’s how to get it on your device right now.

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Makerbook Is a Huge Collection of Free Resources for Creative Projects

When you’re working on a big project, tracking down free assets is often key to keeping costs down. Makerbook is a collection of a variety of places where you can find free assets, including mockups, audio, images, and more.

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Get Grilling With These Webers With Bonus Amazon Credit

Weber makes the best grills around . In fact, three of your five nominations for best grill were Webers, and the Weber One-Touch Kettle Grill easily took down the win.

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Hola Better Internet Sells Your Bandwidth, Turning Its VPN into a Botnet

Hola Better Internet is a popular Firefox and Chrome extension that allows you to watch blocked content overseas . However, there’s something more nefarious going on behind the scenes: the company is selling the bandwidth of Hola users to anyone with money to buy, effectively turning its users into a botnet for hire.

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Inbox by Gmail Is Now Available Without an Invite, Adds New Features

Today, Google finally stripped Inbox of its invitation requirement. If you’ve wanted to get in on the email-as-a-to-do-list action, you can now sign up for Inbox directly.

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Chromecast Adds Autoplay, Queuing, Second Screen Capability, and More

Google announced a slew of updates for the Chromecast today, including an autoplay feature, queue management, and more.

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All the Important Stuff Google Announced at I/O 2015

Today, Google kicked off its I/O conference with the traditional keynote full of new product announcements. Here are some of the most interesting things Google announced today.

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This Video Shows How to Make McDonald's-Like French Fries at Home

Many of us firmly believe McDonald’s french fries are the best french fries. You don’t have to head to the fast food joint for a nearly identical version you can make at home.

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All the New Features of Android M

Today, Google announced the developer preview of the newest version of Android. As usual, this new version, Android M, will be out later in the year. However, those with certain Nexus devices can download the preview starting today. Here’s what you can expect in the next version of Android.

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Amazon Now Offers Free Same-Day Delivery for Amazon Prime Members

Amazon Prime, already a valuable service , just got even better. Prime members can order something in the morning any day of the week and have it delivered that same day—at least if you live in one of the cities this is now available.

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A Huge List of Brands That Come With Lifetime Warranties

When you plan to have something for a long time, it makes sense to pay for quality. And it makes even more sense when companies will replace your item if it wears out or becomes unusable. GOBankingRates rounds up 32 brands with lifetime warranties.

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The Labels That Actually Tell You If Food Is Healthy

Forget “Fat free”, “Natural” or “Made with real fruit.” Food packages are covered in claims that make you think you’re buying something healthy , but many of those labels are useless to you, the consumer. Here’s how to tell the few helpful labels from their confusing brethren.

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Today's Best Deals: New Life In Your Hard Drives, Kitchen Gear, Futons

Here are the best of today’s deals. Get every great deal every day on Kinja Deals, follow us on Facebook and Twitter to never miss a deal, join us on Kinja Gear to read about great products, and on Kinja Co-Op to help us find the best.

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Add Subtle Flavor to Pasta or Salad by Rubbing the Bowl With Garlic

Who doesn’t love garlic? Vampires, I suppose. But for the rest of us, garlic is usually a welcome ingredient. To add subtle garlic notes to a salad or pasta dish without making it overpowering, rub a clove of garlic on a bowl.

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