You don’t need to take out a second mortgage for a DSLR to take great photos. Here are our favorite cameras that will do it for under $300.
The world is espionage is not divorced from the world, which is why spies living among us need everyday objects to carry out their secret duties. And because spies live and work among us, they need every day objects to conceal their secret files and transmissions.
WebOS has been lauded by critics as the mobile OS to beat. So good, in fact, that HP paid 1.2 billion for the dying Palm, and its most viable product was that operating system. Rarely has an OS been so highly reviewed by so many in the industry. And pairing such an excellent OS with tablet hardware would seem to be a solid fit.
Tweaks, speedups, shortcuts and extra features for your BlackBerry - and they're all free
We put all four phones from Samsung’s Galaxy S series side-by-side to see which comes out on top when they’re compared spec by spec.
The Android Market isn't always an easy place to get around. Our first edition of the Lifehacker Pack for Android rounds up essential Android apps and our personal favorites for productivity, multimedia, internet life, and just plain usefulness.
HOW TO: Undo “Send” in Gmail
According to IMS, the internet will see its five billionth device plugged in sometime this month – I would presume, of course, that their projection excludes the possibility of any humanity-extinguishing catastrophes.
Whether it's a lowly T-Mobile G1 or the latest Motorola Droid X, here's how to get the most out of your Android-powered cell phone's battery.
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