Readers of our sister site Lifehacker are sharing the secrets of How They Work—detailing the gear, the software and whatever else gets them through their day. One of those readers helps make Call of Duty. This is how he works...
Google has some pretty neat built-in tricks, and it seems they've just added another one: with just a quick search, Google will try to tell you the release date of any movie or video game. [Lifehacker]
Wi-Fi provides a convenient way to connect the computers in your home without the hassle of wires, but Wi-Fi is also slow and unreliable compared to a wired connection. Here's how to go wired where it counts. [Lifehacker]
If there's one thing that actually sorta makes sense to buy on Black Friday, it's an HDTV—many are crazy discounted. But picking out an HDTV can be a big ball of suck. That's where this guide comes in.
Microsoft is spending half a billion dollars to make sure that when you hear the word Kinect you think "the future of video games."
Have you ever seen a skilled Tetris player performing and thought to yourself, "He must be great at packing a moving truck?" We put that notion to the test, assembling several handy moving tips from a Tetris pro.