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.
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.
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.
It's no secret that I'm an Android guy. I worked for two years at an Android-focused site and I own multiple devices with "Nexus" in the name. Still, I couldn't be happier about Apple's announcements yesterday. Why? Because what Apple does affects us all.
Many of us have a protective instinct when it comes to our data. After all, it's ours. Why should someone else profit from it? There's just one problem: you may have privacy laws protecting you from being spied on and copyright laws protecting ownership of content you create, but data doesn't belong to you just…
I have some unfortunate news for you: your data isn't safe. You don't have to panic or rip the Wi-Fi card out of your laptop, but you should know that not only is it not safe, but the fact that your data is potentially insecure isn't even surprising.