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App Deals: Short On Time? Work Out In Just 7 Minutes

Today’s best deals include 7 Minute Workout Pro for Android, DekoPro for iOS and Touchdown for Windows Phone. Deals end without warning, so be quick!


Ask LH: Why Does My TV Reception Suck At Certain Times Of The Day?

Dear Lifehacker, My digital TV signal works fine most of the time. However, it conks out between 8am and 5pm during particular months of the year. What gives?


App Deals: Get Better Sleep, Go Pro With Twilight

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App Deals: Solar Walk Will Help Rediscover Our Solar System

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App Deals: Keep Your Short Week Relaxed With A Mindfulness App

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Ask LH: How Can I Switch From Teaching To IT?

Hi Lifehacker, I’m a recent mature-age graduate who has worked in many different fields but not the field I’ve studied (IT). Therefore I have no work experience in the field except for the university projects and assignments that I did. I currently work in a different field altogether (teaching) which was also part of my double degree, but there are minimal chances of getting a full-time job there. How do I get my foot in the door for IT jobs if I have no commercial experience?


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