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Briefly: 'Horrifying' Aussie Heatwave, Super-Fast Tesla, 20 Fitness Hacks

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including. Star Wars explained in one handy chart, Tesla Model S becomes fastest car in the world, inside the "horrifying" three-day heatwave coming to Australia's east coast. More »      

How To Protect Your Cats Against Sydney's Feline-Killing Virus

A once-dormant killer cat virus has flared up again in Australia, hitting Sydney’s domestic cat population. To date, there have been more than 50 confirmed deaths. Here's everything you need to know about the disease - including the symptoms to look out for and the best ways to prevent infection. More »      

Android Lost Market Share In Australia Late Last Year

iOS up, Android down. That's according to the latest smartphone OS sales data. More »      

Here's How Much NBN FTTP Installations Cost Compared To FTTN

Earlier today, the company behind the National Broadband Network (NBN) presented its half-year results to shed more light on the rollout. In a bid to keep costs down, fibre-to-the-node (FTTN) continues to be the main technology used, despite being demonstrably inferior to FTTP and HFC - both in terms of speed and reliability. Show More Summary

Lovehacker: My Cuckolding Wife Still Wants Me To Be Her Slam Piece

Dear Lovehacker, my wife and partner of 15 years has left me for a guy she met online in the MSN days. But she wants me to stay living in the house to fulfill her needs. She has been talking to him on and off for the entirety of ourShow More Summary

NBN Half-Year Results: HFC Rollout Forges On As Some Areas Get FTTdp

Today, NBN Co talked about the HFC rollout and using fibre-to-the-distribution point (FTTdp) for the National Broadband Network (NBN) at its half-year results presentation. Here are the key takeaways you need to know about. More »  ...

NBN Half-Year Results: Australians Are Still Choosing Price Over Speed

While the National Broadband Network (NBN) is offering higher speeds, Australians continue to opt for the cheaper and slower plans, according to NBN Co during its half-year financial results presentation. As it renews its focus to ramp...Show More Summary

Dealhacker: Get Three $40 Blu-Rays For $40

Attention Blu-ray fans. JB Hi-Fi is currently selling three new-release Blu-rays for just $30. The deal includes 4K and 3D Blu-rays which cost up to $45 a pop when purchased separately. Bargain! Here are our picks. More »      

Dealhacker: Vaya's Offering 9GB Of Mobile Data A Month For $36

Budget telco provider Vaya has just announced one of the best postpaid mobile deals we've seen in a long while. its Unlimited XL plan now comes with 9GB of data for just $36 a month. More »      

Here's What's New In Windows 10 Build 15031 For Insiders

Microsoft has rolled out its Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15031 for PC with a handful of new features and a ton of bug fixes. Here's what you need to know. More »      

How To Relieve Back Pain Naturally

How’s your back? About a quarter of Australia’s population experience a back pain episode at any point in time, and nearly all of us (around 85%) will have at least one lifetime experience with back pain. But treating it seems very difficult. Show More Summary

How To Alleviate Back Pain

How’s your back? About a quarter of Australia’s population experience a back pain episode at any point in time, and nearly all of us (around 85%) will have at least one lifetime experience with back pain. But treating it seems very difficult. Show More Summary

Briefly: Cat Killer, Tom Brady Diet, Super Mario Odyssey Teardown

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including. a virus is killing Sydney's cats, Super Mario Odyssey trailer analysis, meet the body hacker trying to become a human vibrator. More »      

Dealhacker: Get 50% Off Domino's Pizza

Over the past week, Domino's has been offering a respectable 50% off any pizza purchase - including delivery orders. The deal ends tonight so if you didn't get around to taking advantage of this offer, now's your last chance! More »      

Hump Day Deals: Cheap 4K TVs, Star Wars Game Sale, Free Apple Gift Cards

Hump day (AKA Wednesday) is arguably the most boring day of the week. So why not liven things up by grabbing one of these nifty online bargains? Deals that caught our eye this week include. get a 65-inch 4K TV for $998, Humble Bundle's Star Wars video games sale, Foxtel launches affordable sports-and-broadband bundle. More »      

Ask LH: What Are The Laws For Flying Drones In Australia?

Dear Lifehacker, I was wondering what the main laws are on drones in Australia? (i.e. - How high can you fly a drone, how far away are you allowed to be and where is drone activity restricted?) I'm looking to buy one for Christmas and don't want to cop a fine if I can help it. More »      

Fairy Bread Is An Abomination

Sometimes in life you lack perspective. Sometimes you’re just too close. To the situation, to the person. Sometimes untenable attitudes or ideas become normalised. Like they’ve always existed, like they cannot be questioned. This is the way it is and has always been. In cases like these it often takes a fresh set of eyeballs, a rogue outsider. Show More Summary

Deals: Become A UI/UX Designer With This 8 Course Training Bundle

The tech boom opened the floodgates for countless high-paying web careers--one of them being UI/UX design. Pick up the UI/UX Professional Designer Bundle, and you can catalyze your career in this high-demand field with over 30 hours of training in HTML, CSS, and more. More »      

Comic Sans: The Unloved Typface

Love it or hate it, the Comic Sans typeface makes amateur typographers of us all. People don’t normally talk about typography and often only notice typefaces when they are atypical or inhibit our ability to read. Comic Sans is different. It divides opinion among those who don’t usually identify as typeface enthusiasts. More »      

Microsoft Azure Cuts Prices On Virtual Machines And Cloud Storage In Australia

Microsoft has reduced the price of some virtual machine (VM) instances and storage offerings on its Azure public cloud platform. Here's how much you will save. More »      

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