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Catch Lifehacker Talking New iPhones On The Project

If you haven’t already overdosed on iPhone news, you can catch Lifehacker editor Angus Kidman talking about the 5s and 5c on last night’s episode of The Project. The story begins around the 38 minute mark. [The Project]


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Gift Guide: Mobile Apps

Software can make a great gift, especially if you’ve ended up leaving buying until the last minute. Here are our picks for iOS and Android.


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Gift Guide: Computer Apps

Software can make a great gift, especially if you’ve ended up leaving buying until the last minute. Here are our picks for Windows and Mac.


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Lifehacker Australia Is Hiring!

Want to work as a journalist for one of Australia’s largest and fastest-growing technology sites? We’re looking to expand the Lifehacker Australia team with a new full-time journalist position in our Sydney office.


Gift Guide: Home-Built Computers

Know someone whose computer is feeling a little old? Build them a new one custom-fitted to their needs for a fun and personal Christmas present. Whether it’s a tiny PC dedicated to playing media, a money-saving Hackintosh or a beastly gaming machine, these builds will guide you to a shiny new PC.


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Get The New Swipe-Enabled Android Keyboard On ICS

Google released an update to Android yesterday, bringing a swipe-enabled keyboard to Android devices running Jelly Bean. Here’s how to get that keyboard on your Ice Cream Sandwich device.


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Everything You Need To Know About Mac OS X Mountain Lion

Mac OS X Mountain Lion is out and available on the Mac App Store for $20.99, but is your Mac ready for the upgrade? Are your third party apps compatible? Do you know everything there is to know about the latest release? How do you copy the installer to a USB? We’re here to help you learn all the new features and shortcuts, fix new annoyances, and answer your burning questions about Apple’s latest operating system.