Fetch TV owners can curl up under the sheets and use the TV in the bedroom to watch something they recorded in the lounge room, thanks to the latest firmware update. We put it to the test.
First things first, no, this won't magically upgrade your phone's hardware. It'll still be an iPhone 5s on the inside. As for the outside? You'll get something very unique — a mobile reminiscent of a miniature version of Apple's iPhone 7. All you need is a piece of aluminium from AliExpress, a screwdriver and some time.
Roasting capsicum for soups and stews is by no means a tough task, but peeling them can be a bit annoying. Though removing the skins under running water can help them slip off easily, you end up washing a bunch of flavour down the drain. Luckily, Serious Eats has a solution: peel them in a bowl of stock.
Arranging a decent-sized bed and other furniture in a small living space can feel like Tetris on hard mode, but if you're up for a weekend project, you don't have to sacrifice that much space with this DIY full-size platform bed. This video shows you how.
Any graphics programmer worth their salt is familiar with Microsoft's "PIX". No, not the photo app of the same name (by the same company, no less), but the comprehensive Direct3D debugging tool that allows a developer to break down their rendering pipeline frame by frame. The utility has now been updated for DirectX 12, but it comes with a great many caveats.
Video: Yoga can be a fun way for kids to get exercise and learn about how their body works, but not every kid is interested in the yoga routines their parents do. Cosmic Kids Yoga is different: Little ones follow along with a story on the screen, and the poses and stretches just happen to be part of it.
The six packs that your bottled booze, soft drink or water come in are great for carrying other stuff, like a backyard dining kit, for example. Here's how you can turn one, and the bottles that come with it, into a snack carrier for car trips, or just tidy organisation.
Just like cast iron, a carbon steel pan needs to be seasoned before its first use. Oil is a must-have for the process, but Cook's Illustrated recommends an additional surprising ingredient for prepping your pan: Potato peels.
I've been peeling tomatoes with simple blanching for years, but I've never once given a thought to the skins that slide off. Cuisine Queen Gabrielle Hamilton transforms hers into a fancy tomato powder, but Food 52 has tweaked her method to make a tomato-flavoured salt that is fresh, fragrant and easy on the eyes.