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How to Make & Use Breadcrumbs at Home (Bread Optional)


Using breadcrumbs in the kitchen is the perfect way to add crisp and crunch to the usual salad, entrée, or dessert.

Prevent Binge-Watching by Disabling Netflix's Sneaky Auto-Play Feature


Netflix is an enabler. It creates a joy around binge-watching and couch potato-ness, and the major contributor to this epidemic is its built-in "Post-Play" feature.

How to Survive an Icy Walkway Without Falling


The months of constant snowfall and freezing temperatures seems endless once the excitement of the first snowfall fades, and you become weary of traversing black ice and other slippery streets.

Automatically Add Your Shazam Songs to a Rdio or Spotify Playlist


We recently showed you how to recover your Shazam history from Siri, which is a lot less intuitive than finding the songs you've tagged directly in the Shazam app.

8 Low-Cost Remedies for Treating Depression


An estimated 19 million American adults live with depression, a mood disorder which causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest.

How to Easily Create Your Own Custom Font from Scratch


In general, we never really put much thought into fonts, but they comprise a huge portion of our online experience.

How to Theme Instagram with Any Color You Want on Android


There aren't many complaints I can think of when it comes to the Instagram interface, and finding one would just be nitpicking.

The Science of Frothing: How to Make Your Own Milk Foam


Once upon a time in America, there was coffee and there was decaf. That's it. No capuccinos. No espressos.

Color Your Status Bar to Match Any App in Android Lollipop


A new API in Android Lollipop allows apps to color the status bar to match their overall theme. Google billed this as a more immersive user experience that allows app developers to extend their color branding even further.

Install ColorOS's Camera on Your OnePlus One for Improved Photos All Around


The 13-megapixel camera on the OnePlus One is capable of taking some pretty impressive shots, but the stock CameraNext app doesn't do the hardware justice.

Move App Icons Anywhere on Your iPhone's Home Screen Without Jailbreaking


You can reorder app icons on your iPhone's home screen however you want, but Apple does not technically let you place them wherever you want.

Hack Like a Pro: How to Hack Facebook, Part 2 (Facebook Password Extractor)


Welcome back, my novice hackers! As we saw in my first tutorial on Facebook hacking, it is not a simple task.

Make iPhone Navigation Prompts Play Over Your Car Speakers When Listening to the Radio


Maps is great for making sure you always get to your destination, until you miss that critical turn because you couldn't hear the turn-by-turn directions.

GravityBox Gets Lollipop Update; Most Features Already Working


The king of all Xposed modules is alive and kicking on Android Lollipop. GravityBox received an update over the weekend that will bring its bevy of UI tweaks to folks who have installed the framework on their Android 5.0+ devices.

Tasty Low-Carb Pasta Alternatives That Aren't Just Shaved Vegetables


Enough with zoodles (zucchini noodles), spaghetti squash, and carrot 'pasta' spirals. A well-prepared dish of zoodles with sauce is beautiful and tasty, but let's get real, it doesn't fill you up.

How to Get a True "Silent Mode" on Android Lollipop


The biggest complaint I hear about Android Lollipop is the fact that the new Priority Mode notification system has effectively killed off "Silent Mode." Sure, you can still put your phone on vibrate, but that's not truly silent.

How to Turn Your iPhone into a Fully Functional Samsung Smart TV Remote


After I traded in my Samsung Galaxy S5 for an iPhone 5S, the one feature I truly missed was the Smart Remote app.

Hack Like a Pro: How to Spy on Anyone, Part 2 (Finding & Downloading Confidential Documents)


Welcome back, my tenderfoot hackers! A short while ago, I started a new series called "How to Spy on Anyone." The idea behind this series is that computer hacking is increasingly being used in espionage and cyber warfare, as well as by private detectives and law enforcement to solve cases.

How to Make Android System Menus Easier to Use on Lollipop


Lollipop brought a complete visual overhaul to Android, and while the vast majority of changes have been met with praise, some UI tweaks missed their mark.

Could This Be the New Samsung Galaxy S6?


With Mobile World Congress right around the corner, we're all left to patiently await the unveiling of two Android flagship smartphones—HTC's One M9 and Samsung's Galaxy S6.


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