Ask LH: What Bonuses Should I Ask For When Buying A New Car?

Hey Lifehacker, I’m planning on buying a car soon and am wondering what sort of extras I should try and squeeze out of my dealer? Should I aim for accessories such as a GPS and car-backing camera, or just try for a discount?

How To Edit And Delete Comments On Instagram

Nobody likes a dumb typo. Thankfully, you can correct those mistakes if you make them on Instagram. It’s a feature that’s been around for a while, but it’s a bit buried and you might not have noticed it.

Which Tech Jobs Are Seeing The Fastest Growth?

If you’re hunting for a job in tech, it helps to know which areas are experiencing demand (as well as what you’ll get paid). New data from job search site Indeed highlights the job titles in Australia which have seen the biggest increase in vacancies posted over the last year.

Make Caramelised Onions In The Microwave

Caramelising onions takes a lot of time to get that sweet flavour and deep colour. Typical shortcuts still take valuable space on your stove. Alton Brown shares his secret for doing it in the microwave.

The Surprising Benefits (And Pitfalls) Of Being A 'Jack Of All Trades'

People look down on the multitalented — even the phrase “Jack of all trades, master of none” has a bit of a negative caveat. But there are a lot hidden perks that come with being a Jack. These are the best reasons you might want to reconsider the notion that a Jack of All Trades can’t be equally as successful.

Build This Go-Anywhere Camera Mount From A One-Handed Clamp

Sometimes, being portable is more important than carrying a proper camera mount or tripod. Instructables user corybschneider came up with a stable, secure mount that’s adaptable, mounts anywhere and can be used with one hand. All you need is a clamp and some assorted screws and nuts.

App Deals: Discounted iOS iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone Apps

Today’s best deals include Facetune on Android, Toca Lab on iOS and Servings and Weight Tracker on Windows Phone. Deals end without warning, so be quick!

Pick Makes Scheduling Times To Meet Easy

Whether you’re planning a meeting with a colleague or you just want to grab dinner with a friend, it can be tough to find a time that suits everyone. Pick is a web service that makes it easy. You can use it on your own or with other people to pick the best times for all of you to get together, automatically.

Tableau 9.0 Will Be Released By April

Windows: Tableau is a nifty tool for converting data from Excel and other sources into visualisations. Version 9.0 has been in beta testing since late last year, and the release version is about to arrive.

Google Contacts Gets A New Look And Brings Your Contacts Together

Google is offering up a preview of the new version of Google Contacts today. Contacts is getting a big visual overhaul to make it easier to manage your contacts and see everything you’ve been talking about.