Tim Bajarin

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How a super cyber-sleuth helped crack the huge Yahoo hack

As the tech world reverberated on Thursday over Yahoo’s announcement a day earlier that it had been hacked again, attention focused on the …

24 Recipes Everyone Should Know How to Cook

From chicken pot pie and classic Caesar salad to brownies and cookies.<p>We've rounded up 24 basic recipes that everyone should know how to cook, from a pot of rice to pot roast. Master these, and you'll never find yourself stumped in the grocery store.

Feast Portland's Night Market: Stalls on Stalls on Stalls of Delicious Food

Held in the courtyard of Portland's historic Ecotrust building, the Night Market is a food festival akin to Southeast Asia's grand bazaars; basically, stall after stall of tasty two-bite dishes and (way more than two-sip) drinks.<p>We've already conquered the sandwich and the double dinner, so last …

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Fine Dining Around the World

PCs May Be in Trouble, but Personal-Computing Devices Are Booming

When research firms report on current and future sales of PCs these days, you can be sure that the numbers won’t be pretty. And sure enough, Gartner …

Malicious Apps Grow 614%, as 92% of All Mobile Malware is Targeted at Android

- Jun 26, 2013<p>A new study shows that in the last year alone the total number of malicious apps has grown an astounding 614% to 276,259 and 92% of …

One-Pan Pasta

I am here to tell you about a recipe for pasta that you cook in one pan. <i>One pan, people!</i> Dried noodles, sauce ingredients, water—they all get thrown …

How to Use a Smartphone in Europe

Use your smartphone abroad the same way you do at home—it can be done, and without paying hundreds of dollars in roaming charges. I took my Verizon …

iPhone 5

7 Essential Cooking Lessons I Learned at San Francisco Cooking School

A small, intimate class. Hands-on, practical learning. And access to some of the best chefs and resources San Francisco has to offer. Sign me up! I …

Clay Christensen takes closer look at how online learning will disrupt K-12 education

When you first hear disruptive economics guru Clayton Christensen’s prediction that by 2019 half of all K-12 classes will be taught online, it’s easy …

Chowing Down on Bok Choy! 10 Ways to Love This Asian Green

Bok choy was not even on my radar before it started showing up in my first-ever CSA a few years back. At first I was baffled. What was this crunchy …

Days: A Charming New iPhone App for Telling Your Life Story

Wander, a rather secretive startup which graduated from TechStars NY’s third class last year, is launching something you’ll want to use every day — or, that’s the gamble CEO Jeremy Fisher is taking.<p>Built as a tool for chronicling your life, Days is a free, just-launched iPhone app with a mission to …

How to sync your iPhone, iPad with Mountain Lion via iCloud

With the introduction of iCloud -- Apple's service for storing your data and content online rather than on your devices -- you can now sync all of …

Titans of innovation

AS A technical feat, ATLAS takes some beating. It is the world’s biggest microscope, used by physicists at CERN, a large laboratory near Geneva, to …

Random bug cuts off iMessages sent with the iPhone

Certain words and phrases reported mysteriously missing.<p>A peculiar bug has been discovered that apparently cuts off the last word of certain phrases …

'Wintel' on the wane: Intel goes Google

The fact that Microsoft and Intel no longer rule the personal computing world isn't news. But what happens next is.<p>I'll start with a flashback from the early '90s. I remember attending the launch of Windows 3.1 when I lived in Japan. Kazuhiko Nishi, former friend and business partner of Bill Gates, …

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My life with the Fitbit One activity tracker

Continuing my series of life with four different activity trackers, it's time to talk about the Fitbit One.<p>In what will likely disappoint several of my Fitbit-loving friends, it's my least favorite of the tracking devices I'm using because I do so many "non-step" activities. But the Fitbit does …

Wearable Tech

6 keyboard shortcuts every computer user must know

The great thing about computers is that they can work much faster than you can. But telling them what to do is often a slow process. Well, there's a fix.<p>I'm talking about keyboard shortcuts. To perform a keyboard shortcut, you press two, three or sometimes four keyboard keys at once. A single, …

The Longevity Kitchen: A Valuable Resource for People with Allergies and Special Diets

<b>Here are the three major reasons why I found "The Longevity Kitchen" to be a valuable resource.</b><p><b>The first is quality.</b> The ingredients in the recipes …

Savory Sausage and Cheddar Bread Pudding: The Ultimate Make-Ahead Brunch Dish

Bread pudding is usually sweet, but it can be made savory too. This version, brimming with sweet pork sausage and sharp cheddar, is deeply flavored with a crisp, golden crust and tender, creamy interior. I love it, not only because it's delicious, but also because it can be made ahead of time and …

31 Colorful Things To Make For Easter Brunch

If Easter isn't an excuse to eat pink frosted cake for breakfast, I don't know what is.

Disney Adds New Cruises for 2014

8 Cool New Tools for Finding the Perfect Hotel

Move over, Expedia & Co. The next generation of hotel booking websites has arrived. Which one will find you the room of your dreams—and at a dreamy …

12 Awe-Inspiring American Castles

You don't have to travel to Europe to indulge your royal fantasies—it turns out we have towering turrets, secret passageways, and medieval moats …

The Top 10 Supplements for Men

Your drugstore carries thousands of bottles of colored pills. These are the ones you actually need<p>The greatest moment in the history of supplements came on September 1, 1998. That's when a sportswriter challenged Sammy Sosa on how he could compete with the androstenedione-assisted Mark McGwire. In …

Egg Drop Soup from 'The Chinese Takeout Cookbook'

<b>Diana Kuan's</b> egg drop soup in <i>The Chinese Takeout Cookbook</i> is a simple affair. Her broth is flavored with just a bit of ginger, rice wine, white pepper, and sugar; bolstered with meaty dried shiitakes; and thickened (just barely) with a cornstarch slurry. The broth's simplicity allows the just-set …

Grilled Garlic and Mint Pesto Stuffed Leg of Lamb Recipe

Bits of caramelized roasted garlic define in each bite of this stuffed leg of lamb, while a more mild mint pesto adds a touch of freshness and saltiness, making this a worthy holiday roast.<p><b>Read more: Grilling: Roasted Garlic and Mint Pesto Stuffed Leg of Lamb</b><p>Ingredients2 heads of garlic1 tablespoon …

Scallion Pancakes from 'The Chinese Takeout Cookbook'

Scallion pancakes are definitely in that category of "easier-to-make-than-you-think" foods. All those flaky layers point towards hours of work and folding (like homemade croissants or puff pastry), but in reality these babies can come together in no time. <b>Diana Kuan's</b> scallion pancakes in <i>The Chinese</i> …