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Battery meters [via MakeUseOf]

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The Commodore 64, that little computing powerhouse from the 1980s, turns 30 this week–check out an early Commodore ad for your daily dose of nostalgia.

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Once a week we round up some of the reader letters we’ve answered and share them with the greater audience. This week we’re looking at how to find great airline seats, whether or not you should turn your monitors off, and extending your network with a wireless repeater.

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What would classic Atari games of yesteryear look like if the titles were a bit more realistic? One garage sale haul and some Photoshop work later, we can take a peek at some updated box art.

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This 13 minute video compares, frame for frame, Raiders of the Lost Ark against a mashup of 30 adventure films from 1919 to 1973–it’s a visual feast of adventure action.

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iPad: While you’ll find no shortage of visual-effect apps in the App Store that take advantage of the iPad touch screen, Thicket is polished, fun, and best of all, free.

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Today, we’ll take a look at how to quickly add complex watermarks to hundreds of images at once—and some devious ways to remove these watermarks from other people’s images. Is it wrong do this? Keep reading and decide for yourself.

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Even though computer printers are relatively ubiquitous, you can’t just go pull one off the shelf and be guaranteed a good fit for your needs. Read on as we detail the ins and outs of buying a home printer.

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Ubuntu’s Grub boot loader lets anyone edit boot entries or use its command-line mode by default. Secure Grub with a password and no one can edit them — you can even require a password before booting operating systems.

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Our first edition of WIG for the new year is filled with news link goodness covering topics such as phishing attacks targeting new Apple users, HTC’s discontinuation of locked bootloaders, Verizon’s surrender to public pressure over the extra $2 fee, and more.

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December has been a busy holiday month here at HTG where we covered topics such as disabling your phone carrier’s ability to track you, tips for better Christmas photos, the best Windows 7 articles of 2011, and more. Join us as we look back at the most popular articles from this past month.

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We at How-To Geek are grateful to all our readers and hope we have enlightened you about all kinds of interesting topics. Here are the 20 articles that were the most popular in 2011.

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Last month we shared an awesome collection of sci-fi cities wallpapers with you and today we are back with the sequel. Journey to the metropolises of the future once again on your desktop with the second set in our Sci-Fi Cities Wallpaper collections.

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View the Full-Size Infographic (Very Large) [via Geeks are Sexy]

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Are you a Blade Runner fan who would love to see the sketchbook for the movie? Then this is your lucky day! The out of print book has been scanned and all ninety-nine pages are now available for viewing online in full Blade Runner glory.

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iOS: Everyone loves the look of a sparkling fresh snow fall, but nobody likes scraping it off their car. Winter Wake-Up adjusts your alarm clock to compensate for bad weather so you can get to work on time.

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