Lunchtime Wrap: Wireless Myths & US iTunes Accounts

Lunchtime Wrap: Wireless Myths & US iTunes Accounts

Didn’t catch Lifehacker on Wednesday? Here’s the best posts you missed.

Off The Rails: The Truth About Wireless Broadband
Not many people would deliberately devote four days to train travel in order to work out just how good Next G broadband coverage is, but it does provide some unusual insights into when 3G broadband services are useful (and when they aren’t). Here’s the five key lessons I’ve learnt during the Off The Rails project.

How To Set Up A US iTunes Account
If your iTunes account is associated with an Australian address, then the options for what you can buy online will be different (and generally more limited) than those available to US iTunes users. Set up your own US iTunes account and you’ll have access to a much wider range of content to purchase.

How To Stay Productive Working From Out Of The Office
If you can escape your desk every so often, you should. It boosts memory, opens up new ideas and provides needed escape. But there’s more to it than simply lugging your laptop. Here’s how to make any workplace your own.

Navigate The New Twitter Like A Pro With Keyboard Shortcuts
The new Twitter revamp is nice, but one of the features that most piqued our interest — and would make us consider giving its web interface another chance — are the new keyboard shortcuts. Here’s how they work.

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