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Round-ups of the best hardware or software in a specific category.
Money management and finance tips.
Does fast food really measure up to its marketing images? We put it to the test.
Trends and technologies IT workers need to know about to stay employed and improve their careers.
Explanations for beginners about how technology works and how to accomplish specific tasks.
Mind Your Language
Bossy but helpful advice on how to avoid common grammar and spelling errors.
Technology advice and real-world tips for travellers.
Readers ask questions and get answers both from Lifehacker staff and from the wider Lifehacker community.
Comprehensive overview of the best current deals in Australia for mobile phones, internet access and other comms services.
How technology keeps us entertained and new developments in entertainment.
How to take full advantage of cloud technologies.
Startups explain their business strategies and future plans.
Monthly roundup of the best deals for credit cards, saving accounts and home loans.
The Lifehacker Team
Angus has been writing professionally about technology since 1994 and breaking it for even longer. He’s written for every title you can think of and a bunch you have forgotten about entirely. He is based in Sydney but spending a frankly unhealthy portion of his life on the road, tracking down the latest stories. He specialises in IT pro stories, travel pieces, ludicrous personal challenges and correcting spelling errors in posts written by other people. He pops up quite often on ABC Radio and The Project.
Chris has been a full-time tech journalist since 2006, specialising in computing, home entertainment, gaming, video production and globsters. His interest in technology began at the age of four via the rubbery keys of a ZX Spectrum. When he’s not fiddling around with various gadgets his hands are kept full by his rapidly expanding family of squalling children (three at last count!)
Elly wields the subediting whip over the team and makes sure everyone gets their morning news fix from her current base in Canada. A self-described Android fangirl and information junkie, she’s also been working on her green thumb.
Logan’s past lives include editorships of Atomic and Kotaku Australia, two-and-a-half years as a game designer at Tantalus and, most recently, a writing role at top mobile developer Firemint. Logan also moonlights as an indie games developer.
Danny is a former editor of Gizmodo Australia, and before that, contributing editor for Gizmodo US. He has over 13 years of editorial and digital experience, and a ruinous obsession with all things shiny. Before founding TechHive’s GeekTech blog (while PC World Senior Associate Editor in San Francisco), he co-authored The Ultimate Guide to Mac OS X.
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