Power Rangers is great. Go see it. Okay, now that the review is out of the way, let’s talk about the best part of this movie. It’s Billy.
Have you heard? Movies are all awful now. If you’ve enjoyed yourself at the theater recently, you were wrong. There’s nothing but sequels, franchises, and shallow blockbusters. Except for all the amazing movies out there, but who gives a shit, amirite?
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Last week, I tried to get a subscription to Microsoft Office. I expected to simply find an Office license that included what I needed for a simple price. Instead, I discovered that Microsoft’s Office licenses are infuriatingly complex, making it nearly impossible for anyone to get what they need without overspending.
Thanks to confusing bundles, hidden charges, misleading promises, and obscure terms, everyone agrees that cable TV and internet providers are the absolute worst. I tried to comparison shop for internet service in my area and ended up an awful mess of sketchy terms, and upsells. It shouldn’t be like this.
Sometimes, advertisers are misleading. It’s sort of their job. What starts as a little misdirection to get you to buy something can eventually snowball into a myth so pervasive we all just assume it’s true. Here are some things you believe about smartphones for no other reason than because a marketing exec thought it…
Every family has that one relative that can’t stop forcing their controversial political stances down everyone’s throats. You’re home for the holidays and want to get through an enjoyable meal in peace, but they just won’t stop talking about what’s ruining America. Here’s how to deal with them and keep the holiday…
Last month, Google introduced YouTube Red, a paid tier for YouTube that removes ads, among other cool features. I’ve been using it ever since launch day What I thought would be a minor reduction in annoyances actually changed how I view and enjoy the internet.
For years, the only decent way to buy a phone was from your carrier. Those days are behind us. Now, in many circumstances, it’s just as easy and usually better to buy your phone outright and ditch the contracts forever.
Yesterday, Google announced YouTube Red. Google, blissfully unaware of what goes on in Incognito Mode, apparently thought that this was a good name for a service. It is not the first time that Google has made flagrantly terrible choices in naming stuff.
Starting at the end of this month, Amazon will no longer sell the Chromecast or Apple TV. And that’s their right. But it’s also another in a long series of dumb, anti-consumer moves that has now crossed the line from annoying to downright dickish.
Yesterday, Apple announced a new iPhone, but if you’re looking to pre-order it this weekend, you may find that it costs $650—a far cry from the $200 it cost on a lot of older phone plans. I have some bad news for you: your phone never cost only $200.
If you’ve ever read five words about personal finance, they were probably “Spend less than you earn.” It’s popular because it’s simple. In fact, it’s too simple. It’s the smallest piece of a big puzzle with lots of complicated parts. It’s time we taught those instead.
I stopped watching Game of Thrones after the first episode or two. I couldn’t handle it. The rape, the incest, the children getting thrown from windows. There was a lot of gruesome stuff in those first 52 minutes. Some would say that means I shouldn’t be surprised by what I’ve seen in season 5. Except some of those…
I love free apps. Who doesn’t love getting something for nothing? There’s just one problem: on the other side of that download link, every developer has to choose whether to charge money for their app, or offer it for free and find some other way to make money. And when we refuse to pay, we make that decision for…
I have a confession to make: I work at Lifehacker. I write about how to do things faster, more efficiently, and cheaper for a living. Yet I still fail. I get distracted. I waste money. And I don't follow every tip I've written about. But that's okay.
I hate Black Friday. I hate it. I've worked retail enough years of my life to grow cynical as people with far more money than sense trample my friends and coworkers to save a few dollars on something that won't buy their child's love. Cyber Monday is a reprieve, but no one's done it quite as well as Motorola.