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Want to discretely share some files when you’re out in the world? Over on Node, they show off how to build a simple Wi-Fi access point where you can share files with anyone nearby, then hide that inside a pocketbook so nobody knows you’re doing it.
Have you ever suffered from unexplained headaches, sleeping difficulties or nausea after a prolonged session on your laptop or phone? You could be suffering from “electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS)”; a purported medical disability that has led to successful work compensation claims in court. Let’s take a look at the scientific evidence.
Windows 10 is finally upon us. If you’re hunting for a new laptop that will run the latest Microsoft OS, we’ve assembled a list of the best models you can buy right now for under $1000. (Prices start at just $296!)
Dear Lifehacker, I’m thinking about buying a new laptop for programming (primary web development) and my eyes have fallen on the Dell XPS 2015 (1920×1080). It seems awesome in every aspect, but I am a little bit worried about the 13″ screen. The resolution seems fine, but 13 inch seems really small (I’ve only used 17″ and 15″ laptops.) Long story short: Is 13″ Full HD too small for programming?
How many windows and tabs are open on your computer as you read this article? How many different tasks are you trying to do on your computer right now? Electronic devices tempt us to try to multi-task, but according to recent research, only 5% of people can multi-task efficiently. With that in mind, here’s a scientific look at the best way to learn and take notes on your laptop.