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Video Briefly: Cheap Arse Star Wars, NASA Arcade Cabinet, Civil War

Brief video items of note for Lifehacker readers: Cardboard Star Wars, a futuristic retro arcade cabinet and the new trailer for Captain America: Civil War. More »      

HP Announces Two ProLiant Servers For SMBs

In December, HP Enterprise will be launching two new servers for SMBs that have to deal with multiple workloads: the ProLiant DL20 Gen9 and the ProLiant ML30 Gen9. Here’s the information HP has released about the new offerings so far. More »      

How To Get Channel 9HD On Your TV

Today is the day that Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Adelaide, Perth, and Darwin will get a few new free-to-air digital TV channels. Just like in 2009, Channel 9 is again simulcasting its main TV channel in Full HD 1080i as...Show More Summary

How I Succeeded: Audinate's Aidan Williams

How I Succeeded is a regular series on Lifehacker where we ask business leaders for the secrets and tactics behind their success. Today: Aidan Williams from Audinate More »      

Schoolies Week: Ten Ways To Keep It Classy (ish)

Schoolies is an Australian rite of passage right up there with passing your Ps and having your first stiff drink. However, it’s also rife with potential dangers and embarrassments. We asked the guys and girls at DrinkWise Australia to share their top ten tips for schoolies revelers. Show More Summary

Ask LH: Why Do Some Foods Have No Marked Expiry Date?

Hi Lifehacker, On a recent visit to the supermarket I noticed a tin of tuna I picked up did not have an expiry date. On further inspection, neither did any of the other tins either. Isn’t it mandatory to display the expiry date on food items in Australia? If not, how can you when it’s about to go off? Are you supposed to just guess? More »      

Replace Your Gym Membership With These Incredibly Popular Adjustable Dumbbells

$260 is a lot to spend on a set of dumbbells, but these Bowflex adjustable models take up way less room than a full rack of weights, and certainly cost less over time than a gym membership. Read more...

Taste Test: The Pumpkin Pie Recipe Every Australian Should Try

Pumpkin pie. It sounds weird to anyone born in Australia, where pumpkin is reserved for soup, roast dinners and occasionally for mixing in with mashed potato to make it a little bit healthier. We certainly don’t see it as a sweet food,...Show More Summary

Why Mondays and January 1st Are Best for Setting New Goals

It may seem like New Year’s Resolutions are completely arbitrary, but it might actually make sense to wait for January 1st to roll around. A new study says that landmarks like Mondays and New Year’s Day help us dissociate from our older “negative” self. Read more...

App Deals: Share Links To All Of Your Social Accounts With One App

Today’s best deals include Fit XT Pro on Android, Linky on iOS and QR Scanner+ on Windows Phone. Deals end without warning, so be quick! More »      

Stock Up On $4 Lightning Cables For All Your Holiday Charging Needs

Buy them for yourself, or buy them as stocking stuffers. Just buy some before they’re gone. [Mpow Lightning Cable, $4 with code 3GG9AO6E] Read more...

This Guide of Different Stretches Helps You Fix Posture Problems

Posture is more than just how you look—it affects your brain. Too many of us suffer from posture problems, so here’s a guide that helps you identify what kind of problem you have, and what you can do about it. Read more...

How To Decide Which Applications To Retire In Your Organisation

It’s not uncommon for companies to have a plethora of enterprise apps, but not all of them may be useful. It’s a good idea to take a closer look at your organisations catalogue of apps and cut down the numbers. There are two metrics you can use to help you decide which apps to cull. More »      

Five Tips For Setting Up The Ideal Home Office

As more people turn to freelance work and self-employment, the home office is fast becoming the new norm. Working from home welcomes the luxury of freedom that’s hard to find in a conventional office setting. However, the comfort ofShow More Summary

Pintasking Minimizes Any Android App to a Floating Button

Android: One of Android’s claims-to-fame is true multitasking. Pintasking is perhaps the best example of this, letting you seamlessly switch between apps in a way that I wish came built into Android. Read more...

Five Steps To Making A Better Presentation With Prezi

The term “death by PowerPoint” was coined because so many people have abused the use of PowerPoint presentations. Often they are unnecessarily long and, visually, not that interesting, leaving audiences who have to suffer through them bored out of their minds. Show More Summary

Terry Crews' Fitness Secret: Treat the Gym Like a Spa

Actor Terry Crews has a simple mantra on how you can stick to the habit of going to the gym: treat it like a spa. You can even go and not work out, if you don’t feel like it. But just go. Read more...

How To Get Everyone On Board When Digitising Your Office

We live in an increasingly connected economy. Customers, colleagues and suppliers are spread across the globe — all connected through information. Tied to this connectivity is an increasing demand for mobility and growing amounts of business information that needs to be shared, processed, stored, indexed and searched. Show More Summary

Amazon Will Sell You a Year of Unlimited Cloud Storage For $5 Today

For a limited time, Amazon is selling a year of unlimited cloud storage for $5 (normally $60), or a year of unlimited photo storage for just $1 (normally $12). Even if you don’t think you’ll need it, just buy it! Read more...

These 24 Year Old Headphones Are Still Great, and Only $50 Today

Sony’s MDRV6 Studio Monitor Headphones are some of the oldest (24 years old!) still-relevant headphones on the market, and have always been one of the best values in the space. Their step-up model, the Sony MDR7506 Professional Large...Show More Summary

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