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Today I Discovered: How To Explode A Mouse

Size does matter, because if you can make a mouse the size of an elephant - it'll explode. More »      

Intel Reels After "Deceptively Easy" Laptop Exploit Is Revealed

After more than three decades as the leader in desktop and laptop processors, Intel's reputation is in big trouble. Following on the heals of the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities, F-Secure has revealed a new flaw that allows a hacker...Show More Summary

Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts

You wanted. Golden Globe viewing tips, 10 shows you didn't know are coming to Netflix in 2018 and the money you need to save at every age. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from last week. More »      

Fix Windows 7 Boot Problems After Patching For Spectre/Meltdown On Your AMD PC

You're running Windows 7 on your AMD machine, heard about Meltdown/Spectre and did the right thing by updating your OS. And then your PC starts BSODing or worse, fails to boot at all. Fortunately, you don't have to reformat if you can access the recovery console or have your system rescue disc handy. More »      

Are They Bluffing? Poker Expert Liv Boeree Explains Her Techniques

When it comes to reading body language, there's no tougher competition than the professional poker scene. If you want to be among the best, you have to be a master at observing your opponents, while also hiding your own intentions. If you want a few tips, poker pro Liv Boeree is here to help. More »      

Your Camera Could Be Giving You Headaches And Back Pain

When it comes to ergonomics, we put a lot of focus on posture, specifically sitting at a desk. But posture is important regardless of what you're doing, including carrying a camera bag around. So, if you're a keen photographer and wondering why you're getting headaches and shoulder pain, it might be time to reconsider your choice of backpack. More »      

Friend Or Foe? What The Shape Of Your Face Says About You

When it comes to forming relationships, first impressions are important. Unfortunately, science suggests that the shape and width of your face can have a significant impact on what people think of you -- and that's before you've even opened your mouth. More »      

Six Deals You Should Know About In Australia Today

Good morning! Here's some cracking morning deals for Lifehacker readers! More »      

18 Video Games To Look Forward To In 2018

Now that we've left behind the triumphs and disappointments of 2017, it's time to look forward to the year ahead. On we look past the customary video game dry spell (which used to last well into the year but now extends only to late January), it's clear we have another absolutely packed year ahead of us. Here are 18 of the best. More »      

The Best Sex Toys For Long-Distance Lovers

Traditionally, sex is a contact sport, so what do you do to keep the intimacy alive when there’s physical distance between you and your beau? Thankfully, technology makes long distance feel a lot less, well, long. More »      

Four Factors Driving The Price Of Bitcoin

The price of bitcoin is constantly changing with dramatic spikes and colossal drops each and every month. All of this shows how volatile the currency is, which prompts the question - what's causing such huge movements? Here are four factors you need to know about. More »      

YouTube Roundup: Last Week's Best Online Videos

Here are last week's best online videos, including. the 10 best moments from the 2018 Golden Globes, Australian Car Crash / Dash Cam Compilation 15, and more! More »      

What User Interface Fails Annoy You The Most?

I spend a lot of time using various computers as well as an iPad, iPhone and Apple Watch. Given the modern computer interface has been in development for over 30 years you'd think developers and designers would be pretty good at avoiding useless screens and poorly designed controls. Show More Summary

10 Aussie Sci-Fi Movies To Watch This Weekend

When someone says "Australian science fiction movie," thoughts immediately and inevitably turn to Mad Max - if not George Miller's insanely influential 1979 original, then to any of the sequels that followed over the years, including the recent, justly lauded Fury Road. But here's the thing. it was never just about Max. More »      

Why I Don't Drink Alcohol Any More

The worst part about not drinking is having to tell people you don't drink. More »      

Ask LH: Is It Legal To Film Someone Without Their Permission?

Dear Lifehacker, I admit it, I sometimes watch those dubious "current affairs" shows, and it has me wondering. can you request a TV crew to stop filming, and are they breaking the law if they don't stop? And what if a cop asks me to stop videoing them? More »      

Why Does The UK Have So Many Accents?

Where we come from matters. Our origins form an important part of a distinctive personality, which can become a group identity when we share these origins. More often than not, our use of language, especially our dialect, is an expression of that distinctiveness. Show More Summary

Five Of The Best Home Wi-Fi Routers

There are literally thousands of Wi-Fi routers on the market. Look through the catalog of an office supply or local computer store, and you'll be faced with a plethora of choices. And some vendors make it hard to compare models by giving marketing-based names to features that are really the same as competitors. Show More Summary

Tesla Looks To Be Building Another Giant Battery Pack In Australia

As reported by Bloomberg, and again by Electrek, Tesla is in the running to build yet another of its giant battery Powerpacks, this time in an attempt to bolster Queensland's power station output. More »      

Classic Hacks: How Long Can You Keep Chicken In The Fridge?

Chicken is delicious, but when you're cooking and storing it at home, you'll want to err on the side of caution, unless you find salmonella particularly scrumptious. If you've been playing your poultry-based food safety by ear... well, don't do that. Do these things instead. More »      

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