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What People in the World’s Hottest Countries Do to Stay Cool

As global warming changes the climate, once temperate places are going to get hotter. Scientists project that the temperature in the average U.S. city...

The Hidden Way to Monitor Your Mac’s Temperature for Free

Apple silicon—including the M1 and new M2 chips—has a reputation for staying cool even under intense workloads. Intel Macs, on the other hand, run...

How to Teach Your Kids the Difference Between Wants and Needs

As parents, we all want to make our children happy—we want them to have that coveted toy or the next fun experience. But there...

How to Apologize When You’re Not Sorry

One of the most devastating lessons of early childhood is that you sometimes have to apologize even when you’re not sorry. These days, you...

You Can Now Fix Your Samsung Phone Yourself

Generally, tech companies would rather you not repair your own stuff. It’s a problem that spans devices and machines of all kinds, from computers...

Now You Can Hang Up an iPhone Call Using Siri

With the recent updates in iOS 15, the on-device Siri feature is surprisingly consistent at doing on-device tasks like setting timers, alarms, reminders, and...

How to Avoid Getting Hit By an Exploding Manhole Cover

While the odds of getting struck by an exploding manhole cover are low, they’re not zero. According to the 2021 New York City Mayor...

Where to Get Free N95 Masks

Contrary to popular belief, the COVID-19 pandemic is not over. On top of that, BA.5, the current variant making the rounds, is highly transmissible,...

How to Get Rid of Scratches on Your Oven Door

Over time, normal wear-and-tear on kitchen appliances starts to take its toll, leaving our once-pristine ovens, dishwashers, and refrigerators with dings, dents, and scratches....

How to Fix a Broken Ice Maker

In the days before modern refrigerators and freezers, making and storing ice was an entire industry, and for a long time, having a few...

How to Get Campfire Smoke Smell Out of Your Clothes and Hair

Whether you love or hate how a campfire smells in the moment—when you’re enjoying time outdoors with family or friends—you may not feel the...
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