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Earlier this week we asked you to share your favorite trick for transferring large files between your computer and a friend’s. Now we’re back with a roundup of your tips.

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This build is a Frankensteinish mixture of parts from computer mice, game controllers, and more–but the end result is a polished and plug-and-play controller suitable for a wide range of games.

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Never a dull moment!

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In this entertaining video, two teams of magicians hit up a Dollar Store, buy an assortment of all the shelf items, and then compete to create the most clever tricks using their cheap loot.

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In this week’s game you are faced with the challenge of getting all the gears moving on each level, but not everything is as simple as it first appears to be. Patience and skill will be required to become a true Gear Master or Gear Mistress, so get ready to spin things up!

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Unlike other tablets, the Nexus 7’s home screen is locked in portrait mode by default. If you’re using an app in landscape mode and hit the home button, you’ll have to flip your tablet around to read the home screen.

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Do you have documents or pictures that you don’t want anyone else to find? Read on to find out how you can embed your important files inside of other files so that nobody will ever know that they existed, except you of course.

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Once a week we round up some of your great tips and share them with everyone. This week we’re looking at a DIY projector screen, a cheap and versatile universal in-car charging station, and enjoying Reddit on your Android phone.

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One never knows what Apple may come out with next…

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Legend of Zelda, Triforce [The Paper Wall]

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Tabbed browsing is a fairly new concept. Not that long ago, if you wanted to view a website, but didn’t want to leave the website you were currently viewing, you had to open a new window. Firefox was the first to make tabbed browsing popular.

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Think you know the answer? Click through to see if you're right!

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This impressive build by a group of Northeastern University engineering students is an all-terrain tank capable of deploying a multi-node Wi-Fi network in extremely adverse conditions–it’ll be just the thing to ha...

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We’d hardly blame you if thoughts of popular recent release Diablo III didn’t call to mind old-school arcade action. That didn’t stop one focused DIYer from taking it from the desktop to the arcade cabinet.

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Are you ready for a nice bit of action movie goodness to start your day off with? Then you will definitely want to watch this short movie from IGN and Drake 1129 Productions. The movie covers the initial plague and subsequent...

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If you’ve got a soft spot in your heart for terrible puns and classic Nintendo characters, this compilation video rounds up several of NoPUNintendo’s popular short clips.

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Almost anyone knows how to make a “hidden” folder in Windows, most people also know how to make Explorer show hidden folders. Instead, if your folder looked like an innocent shortcut no one would know you have data in there.

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You have a file too large for email and you want to send it to a friend. What now? We want to hear your go-to trick for transferring large files from your computer to your friend’s.

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