Monthly Archives: January 2011

How Can I Improve My Posture? [Ask Lifehacker]

Dear Lifehacker,
I spend all day at my desk, and over time, I've noticed my posture has gotten worse and worse—and I'm even feeling some occasional back pain. How can I fix it? More »

How to Get Tomorrow’s iOS Features Today [Upgrade]

Apple’s iOS updates are seeded to developers, often in beta form, before they’re released to the general public. This may seem like an impenetrable barrier for some, but very little is preventing you from upgrading early. Here’s how to do it. More »

Apptivate Lets You Launch Applications with Custom Keyboard Shortcuts [Video]

Mac OS X: While it’s no AutoHotkey, Apptivate is a simple way to assign keyboard shortcuts to applications on a Mac. This means you can run AppleScripts with nothing more than a keystroke, too. More »

How to Reduce Your Cable TV Bill [Cut The Cable]

If you’re not ready to cut the cable bill entirely just yet, here are a few methods to help offset the cost of your bill and still enjoy the same content. More »

How to Remove DRM from iTunes Video Purchases and Rentals [ITunes]

We’ve looked at removing DRM from iTunes movies and TV shows on Windows, but what about Mac OS X? Here’s how to rip out the DRM and turn that copy-protected M4V file into a regular old MP4 on your Mac. More »

Sign-N-Send Lets You Sign and Email Documents from Your iOS Device [Video]

iOS: Sign-N-Send is a helpful app that lets you sign documents (whether a PDF or an image) directly on the screen of your iOS device, allowing you to send it off by email or print it when you’re finished. More »

Top 10 Places to Discover Good Software [Lifehacker Top 10]

Services like the Mac App Store may be convenient for discovering software, but they can come with quite a few downsides too. Here are ten other great places to find the program you need. More » Streams Live Broadcast TV over the Internet [Streaming Video]

If you’d love to cut or eliminate your cable bill but still want to get the major networks’ live feeds, consider, an online-only alternative to retrieving over-the-air stations with an antenna or via ClearQAM over the cable network. More »

RSS5000 Let’s You Browse the Full Page Content of Any RSS Feed [Video]

iPad: RSS5000 is a clever newsreader that lets you bypass viewing article snippets and browse the full article of any RSS feed. More »

How to Find Your Ideal Desk Height [Workspace]

If you ever work at home, you know how important it is to choose the right desk. To prevent discomfort (and potential back problems), it’s really important to choose the right height. Here’s an easy way to do it. More »

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