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How to Get CyanogenMod's "Theme Engine" Themes on Your Nexus 5

Surely you've heard of the wildly-popular custom ROM CyanogenMod, right? As the longest-tenured third-party firmware for Android devices, CM has been able to maintain its popularity by supporting a wide array of devices and offering many customization options.

How to Install & Multi-Boot Bodhi Linux on Your Nexus 7 (& Why You Should)

When people first learn that their Android device is capable of dual-booting different operating systems, e.g.

How to Turn Your Toast into the Most Delicious Selfie Ever

It can be argued that selfies are the worst thing to come out of our generation. It can also be argued that they're the greatest function to come from our modern digital world.

How to Increase Battery Life on Your Samsung Galaxy S5 by Automating Data

When you're not using your phone, it doesn't make much sense that it would be wasting power by maintaining an internet connection for the inside of your pocket or purse.

How to Eat Better by Making Healthy Food More Visible

We tend to assume that eating is mostly a physical act, but the mind has so much to do with the choices we make.

BloomSky Is Your Personal Backyard Weather Reporter

If you live in a small town, weather apps can be unreliable. Before moving to Los Angeles, I always had to add or subtract five degrees or so from what my weather app said because I couldn't trust it.

How to Update Your Nexus 4 to Android L

Unless you've been living under a rock for the past few weeks, you're probably well aware that the Android world has been buzzing with excitement over the recently debuted Android L preview build that was released for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 at Google's I/O conference.

Hack Like a Pro: How to Crack Passwords, Part 2 (Developing Your Cracking Strategy)

Welcome back, my hacker apprentices! Last week, I started off my password cracking series with an introduction on the principles and technologies involved in the art of cracking passwords.

This Really Is the Coolest Cooler Ever

I honestly believe that everyone on earth owns the same blue cooler—you know the one. Cooler technology hasn't changed since the '50s, and frankly, it's time to mix things up, with a built-in blender perhaps?

Food Myth Debunked: Why You Need to "Smash" Your Burger for Maximum Flavor

Many home cooks were taught never to press down on a burger as it cooks since that would ruin your all-beef patty by getting it to release the juices it needs to stay tender and moist.

Jibo Is the Cutest (Or Possibly Creepiest) Personal Assistant

In 1999, Robin Williams starred in Bicentennial Man, a movie in which Williams played a robot named Andrew Martin, taking care of a family as a their nanny and personal assistant.

Cheering Sad Friends Up Might Not Be the Best Way to Help

Contrary to popular belief, taking someone's mind off their sadness and telling them to "cheer up" doesn't do much good.

Take Control Over Your MacBook's Fans for a Cooler, Smoother-Running Laptop

MacBooks are built for creation and creativity. They're built to withstand our careers, our hobbies, and our everyday use.

How to Get Your Gmail Messages Read Aloud on Your Nexus 5

Google's text-to-speech engine is getting pretty good these days. In a recent update, the computerized voice that reads on screen text (like Google Now search results) got an audio quality bump that brought its clarity up to its highest level yet.

Why You Don't Really Need to Season Your Cast-Iron Pan

I love my cast-iron skillet, but I never seasoned it properly. Instead, I took that sucker out of its packaging, wiped it down with a damp cloth to remove any factory dust, and started cooking with it ASAP.

9 More DIY Home Remedies for Relieving Itchy Mosquito Bites

You can buy salves and creams from the drugstore created specifically for relieving itchy mosquito bites, but it's far less expensive and more convenient to use a home remedy that can probably be found in your kitchen or medicine cabinet.

GoTenna Will Let You Text Even When Service Is Down

You're hiking up a beautiful mountain when all of a sudden you remember it's your mother's birthday. You begin to panic—you forgot her birthday last year, and you know if you don't say something soon, you're as good as dead.

How to Change the Color of an Object Before Taking the Photo with Your HTC One

Aside from the most basic functions, most of us are pretty useless when it comes to Photoshop. Yes, we can all add filters, but who wants to see everything in black-and-white or sepia?

Congress & President Obama Are About to Make Cell Phone Unlocking a Breeze

Beginning early last year, fed-up consumers started a petition on to bring the freedom to unlock back to those who have paid for devices and want to take them to other carriers.

How to Fix & Improve the Buggy Skype App for Android on Your Galaxy Note 3

Of the sixty or so "must-have" apps that are installed on my Samsung Galaxy Note 3, there's only one that I need to use and hate with a passion.