According to figures published recently by Pew Internet Research, only 46 per cent of people who track some aspect of their health say that it has changed their overall approach to maintaining their health. This is a startlingly low number. If less than half of self-trackers are able to find any actionable benefits, what on earth are the rest self-tracking for?
Cooking isn’t difficult when compared with neurosurgery, but it is much easier if you have nifty equipment and a few sneaky strategies. Here are Gizmodo’s favourite kitchen gadgets and Lifehacker’s best tips for creating gourmet meals without spending five years learning to chop onions in a basement. (Though if you want to…)
Dear Lifehacker, I just got a new job and everything’s great so far. But when I got my laptop, I discovered it’s an ancient hand-me-down from another employee! Even worse, it’s Windows XP! I asked about getting my work email on my phone, and they said they could get me a BlackBerry, since they don’t support iPhones or Android yet. Help, I feel like I’ve gone back in time!
When you sit down on the couch to watch a TV show or movie, does your laptop, phone or tablet come with you? The web can be a useful source of information about whatever you’re watching, or it can keep you connected to friends who are watching the same thing. How do you use your gadgets — if at all — while you watch TV?