Norbert Finds And Verifies People's Email Addresses With Their Name

With Norbert, you can find someone’s email address by simply typing in their first name, last name and the domain name where you think they work.

The Secret Powers Of Chrome's Address Bar

Chrome’s address bar doesn’t seem to offer much at first glance — type in a URL and you’re taken to a web site. But it can do a lot more if you know how to use it.

A List Of More Than 30 Free Image Sites That Don't Look Stock

Finding decent, non-stock-y images that are free to use can sometimes be a frustrating search. This collection of over 30 image websites contains a mountain of photos that would look just as good in your project as they would as your computer’s wallpaper.

Google Play Now Lets You Filter Search Results By Rating

Web: Figuring out which apps to trust is tough. If you use ratings to help you out, you can now filter your search results by ratings on the Google Play Store.

Auto-Move Organises Downloaded Files For Android

Android: You’ve probably noticed how easy it is to misplace downloaded files on Android. Auto-Move lets you create download filters so you can automate file organisation.

Bing Now Shows Lyrics At The Top Of Your Search Results

There are a lot of lyric sites out there, but so many of them are plagued by overwhelming ads, garbage, and slow load times. Now that Bing has lyrics built-in to its search results, it’s the place to go.

Search Individual Sites On Google By Searching For Their Name

Lifehacker veterans will know the “site:” operator you can use to only search Lifehacker within Google. Apparently, someone told Google about this trick, so now the company has built it right into search results itself.

Forward Important Mail To Yourself With Keywords For Easy Search Later

Finding an old but important email can be tricky, even with labels and filters. Google’s Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt says it’s best to forward such messages to yourself with a few choice keywords that you will remember, for easy future searches.

LinkedIn's New Tools Make Personalised University Suggestions To Students

LinkedIn just launched tools to help students find the best university for them based on personal preferences and LinkedIn’s own user dataset. There are three different tools in the update, and each does a different job.

Make Conversions With Google Even Easier With An Equals Sign

I’ve long known that Google will convert between units if you type a query into the search engine (or your browser search bar), such as “50 miles kilometres”. I hadn’t realised that if you simply use an equals sign, Google will make an educated guess at the unit you’re aiming for.