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Nexus Phones Were For Android Enthusiasts, But Pixel Is For Everyone

The reviews are in and most agree, Google’s new Pixel phones are awesome. They also mark the death of the Nexus line. With the shift towards Pixels, Google is turning its eye from the experimental world of Nexus devices, to the bigger world of phone buyers everywhere.

Re-Watch The Explosive Final US Presidential Debate Here

The final US presidential debate is over and now the US population must decide who to vote for. As expected, Donald Trump came out swinging, calling Hillary Clinton a “nasty woman” and hinting that he may not accept the results of the election. No, really. Watch the entire clash unfold right here.

How To Buy Google's Pixel And Pixel XL In Australia

The highly-coveted Google Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones are now available in Australia. Here’s everything you need to know about buying the device, including specs, outright pricing, available mobile plans and how to purchase overseas.

How To Get Google Pixel's Best Features On Your Current Phone

Google’s new Pixel phones come with some great new features. Google’s new smart Assistant and unlimited cloud storage for photos and video are all rolled in. With a little clever tweaking though, you can get most of the big, best features on your phone right now before you even get your hands on the Pixel.

Dealhacker: Kogan Mobile Offering Unlimited Calls And Text With 12GB Data For $4.90

Kogan Mobile has turned one today and the company is celebrating by releasing a limited time deal that gives new customers unlimited standard calls and text along with 12GB of data for $4.90. Here’s how the deal works.

Google Pixel XL Review: Android Done Right

Apple’s decision to ditch the headphone jack on the iPhone 7 handsets has been met with widespread disapproval. Samsung is scrambling to put out the fires (figuratively and literally) as it garners bad press for exploding Note 7 devices. Google Pixel XL seems poised to become a viable alternative to these flagship rivals — at least, that’s what Google is hoping for. Here is the Lifehacker verdict.

Briefly: Smart Kettle Hatred, Trump's Nosedive, Padlock Hacker

Brief news items for Lifehacker readers, including: why ‘smart kettles’ are a stupid concept, Donald Trump takes a beating in the polls, how to become the best in your field.

The 'Split Infinitive' And 12 Other Grammar Rules Explained [Infographic]

A split infinitive occurs when an adverb or other word is inserted between ‘to’ and the verb. One of the most famous examples of a split infinitive is the Star Trek tagline: “to boldly go where no man has gone before.” The adverb ‘boldly’ splits the infinitive ‘to go’. Confused? Here are 12 more grammar rules that you might not know; from rogue comma splices to the pitfalls of homonyms.

How To Make Sure You Never Get Locked Out Of Your Facebook Account

Whether someone’s stolen your credentials or you really can’t remember your password, if you’re ever locked out of your Facebook account, there are a number of routes you can take to get back in. One of the most effective needs to be set up in advance: telling Facebook who you trust the most.

The iMessage Apps And Stickers That Are Actually Useful

In iOS 10, Apple refreshed its Messages app with a ton of new features. One of those features, an app store specifically for Messages, met with a resounding “meh” from users and a “hurray!” from brands. Good news though, not all of those apps are terrible branded sticker packs. In fact, there are some genuinely useful ones.

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