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Mac: If you’re looking for a stylish and customizable break timer for Mac OS X, Time Out is a solid pick. Adjust the transparency, control iTunes and other apps, create exclusions, and more.

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Earlier this week we asked you to share your bill payment workflow and now we’re back to highlight how you—overwhelmingly!—pay your bills online.

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If you’re concerned you’ve been spending too much time on the internet, whether or not you get this video is a pretty solid indicator of how deep down the rabbit hole you’ve gone.

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Some of these epic technology failures you’ll recall–like the short lived Swatch Internet Time Watches. Others, like the Gizmondo handheld console, you probably never even heard of.

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The work week is almost over, but until you can go home why not take a few minutes to relax and have some fun? In this week’s game your mission is to help a penguin warrior defeat the zombie hordes using precise shooting skills.

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If you’ve got multiple computers at your desk, you probably know that it’s a pain to use more than one keyboard and mouse. Here’s how to use a single keyboard and mouse on more than one PC using a tool from Microsoft.

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Keeping your data safe by performing regular backups is important. However, how many of us actually remember to stop what we’re doing and back up our data manually? An easy-to-use, automatic backup solution would solve that problem.

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Once  week we round up the best reader tips and share them here. This week we’re looking at running Windows 8 as a VMware machine, speeding up Windows 7 search with Agent Ransack, and making zip ties reusable.

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Sometimes a person just gets tired of seeing EULAs that are as long as books and longs for something simpler.

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Is your favorite text editor lacking a few features? Maybe you want to easily get a word count or change the case of selected text. There is an easy way to enhance your editor with these and additional features.

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Luigi decides to starting wearing the same colors of clothing as Mario does. Is this an innocent change or is there a more sinister motive behind Luigi’s new colors? Watch to find out the results when confusion and mayhem set in!

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Android: If you’re a fan of the travel search engine HipMunk you’ll want to scoot over to the Market and grab a copy of their new, and rather polished, Android application.

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Windows: If you’re a VirtualBox power user, VBoxLauncher generates a custom jumplist of all your VirtualBox machines for easy access.

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Do you know how long your cell provider is storing your text messages, call logs, and other personal information? Find out here.

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We’ve covered QoS before when we showed you prioritize your DD-WRT router’s traffic and in our 5th tip for getting the most out of Tomato. It’s a little more complicated than creating rules, so let’s see how things work.

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Windows 8 introduces two new ways of authenticating yourself other than just using a password. Now you can use a Picture Password, which uses gestures, as well as PIN code. Here’s how they both work.

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