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Expert Tips For Better Night Photography

Vincent Laforet is a professional filmmaker and photographer renowned for his aerial photography of Alpha cities at night. Laforet recently visited Sydney as a guest of Canon Australia where he shared a handful of nocturnal shooting tips.


Microsoft Launching HoloLens For Enterprise First

Microsoft will launch its augmented reality headset HoloLens by next year and will be gearing it towards enterprise use in its initial launch. The computerised glasses, which can overlay 2D and 3D images in a user’s field of vision, has recently been marketed more towards a consumer audience and we’re curious to see if there is any enteprise interest in the new gadget.


Elevator Pitch: Coffee Meets Bagel

Elevator Pitch is a regular feature on Lifehacker where we profile startups and new companies and pick their brains for entrepreneurial advice. This week, we’re talking with Dawoon Kang from Coffee Meets Bagel.


Ask LH: How Can I Survive A 65-Hour Work Week?

Howdy Lifehackerinos, I’ve got some serious overtime to do as my workplace’s project deadline crunch approaches. 65 hours will be the base hours for a work week, and given that the long days and weeks will last a solid couple of months, have you got any tips to avoid fatigue and stay productive? Dealing with equally burnt-out colleagues? Maintaining healthy relationships at home?


Ten Ways 3D Printing Will Transform The Way We Live And Work

A few years ago, the office printer was in danger of becoming a dusty relic from a bygone era; like a floppy disk trying to stay relevant in an all-digital world. Then “3D” happened. All of a sudden, printers are one of the hottest and fastest-growing technologies on the planet and it’s all thanks to the third dimension. Here are ten ways 3D printing is improving how we work and live.


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

Today’s best deals include Trip Journal on Android, Cool Clash on iOS and Make It Rain on Windows Phone. Deals end without warning, so be quick!


Maximise Your Runs By Doing It Backwards

There are people out there who love to run. Others, however, force themselves to run for health benefits. If you belong in the latter category, then it’s important to make the most of your time pounding the pavement. Here’s why running backwards could be the answer.


Cisco: CEOs Need To Be More Accountable For IT Security

If your company’s IT security rests solely on the IT manager, Cisco wants this to change. As part of its recommendations to the Federal Government for the 2015 Cyber Security Review, the networking vendor wants to see CEO level accountability for the “integrity, confidentiality and assured availability of data, systems and services” within businesses.


Briefly: 3D Printed-Houses, Bill Nye Vs Twitter, Golden Gaytime Tub

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: get 30GB free online storage with Microsoft OneDrive, Bill Nye reads the meanest of tweets, is “Earth 2.0″ a dying planet?


Is It Legal To Doggy-Bag Food At Restaurants?

Is it legal to take that half-eaten meal from your favourite restaurant home with you, a practice also known as “doggy bagging”? Some restaurants have banned this popular custom due to alleged food and health laws. Here are the facts.


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