Top Stories gadgets
The original Glif was a cool little Kickstarter project that easily mounted the iPhone 4 to a tripod. Now, a new version of the Glif mounts any smartphone to a tripod.
Hey Lifehacker, I recently moved house and the FM radio reception is horrible! As a Triple J listener I have been streaming the tunes online via a PC. I’m now looking for a WiFi smart radio that has reasonably good sound for the kitchen — hopefully one that doesn’t require a monthly subscription to be able to configure the thing! Any suggestions?
The Thermapen is an instant read thermometer that will make sure you never under or overcook your food. It takes readings in less than three seconds, it’s accurate to less than a degree, and it’s designed to last for ages. It really is the best cooking thermometer we’ve ever used, and it deserves a place in your kitchen.
These days, you can track just about anything with the right device: how you move, how you sleep, and even how you eat, giving us the opportunity to quantify almost anything. But how much data do we really need, and at what point does this information cause more harm than benefit? I decided to track everything in my life, and here’s what I discovered.
Hey Lifehacker, What is the best device for daily public transport use? I will soon be traveling on a train daily for an hour so and need something to entertain me. Between laptops, tablets, phones, ebook readers, music players and other devices, I have no idea where to start. Suggestions? Thanks, Commuter Games