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Five Common Travel Scams And How To Avoid Them [Infographic]

Travelling overseas is prohibitively expensive — which means deals and special offers are in hot demand. Unfortunately, this has given rise to a range of online scams designed to rob travellers of their hard-earned money. This infographic lists five common travel scams you need to watch out for.

Determine Which Shakespeare Play You Should See First With This Flowchart

Shakespeare has been dead for over 400 years, but his plays are still being put on every day by theatre companies all over the world. If you’re not sure where to start, this flowchart can help you decide which play you should see first.

This Simple Exercise Tests Your Ankle Mobility

Ankle mobility is an oft-overlooked weak link, because your ankles and feet help form a stable foundation for stronger, pain-free movement. But how can you tell if your ankle mobility isn’t up to par? Try this quick assessment.

Ask LH: What Camera Should I Buy My Son To Learn On?

Hiya Gizmodo! My 15 year old son has really started getting into photography — it has quickly become one of his favourite subjects at school. I’d love to get him a decent camera (under $1000) that can grow with him and his skills, for a few years at least. What’s the best direction to go in? Cheers, Mum

Counterpoint: Buying A 'Healthy' Happy Meal Is Bad Parenting

Are Australian restaurants training children to eat bad food? That’s the question posed in a recent ABC News report which took Aussie food eateries to task for failing to provide healthy options for kids. While most restaurants sell diet-friendly options for adults, the children’ menu is usually filled with nothing but fried food such as chips and chicken nuggets. Many nutritionists think this could be contributing to Australia’s growing problem with youth obesity.

Now, for the most part I agree wholeheartedly with this argument. Children should absolutely be given healthy food choices when dining out. But there’s one place where the introduction of ‘healthy eating’ is a bridge too far. We’re talking, of course, about McDonald’s. In short: if you make your kids eat sliced apples instead of fries you are pure evil.

Australia Is Vulnerable To Cyber Threats: What Can We Do About It?

The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) 2016 Threat Report has some concerning details about the state of Australia’s cyber security. The report highlights the ubiquitous nature of cyber crime in Australia, the potential of cyber terrorism, and the vulnerability of data stored on government and commercial networks. Several factors are driving these vulnerabilities and there is considerable work to do to address them.

Swap Out Butter For Olive Oil In Tuiles, Brownies And Tortes

You may think of olive oil as a strictly “savoury” cooking fat, but its fruity, grassy flavour can add surprising depth to all sorts of desserts.

Deals: This Screen Grabber Makes Recording And Sharing Easy

When it comes to sharing what you’re seeing on-screen, HYFY Pro makes the process easy. This handy extension for Google Chrome lets you seamlessly record and share what’s happening on your computer.

Here's How To Stop Being Late To Everything

We all have that one friend who arrives half an hour late to a group dinner or a colleague who can never manage to turn up to meetings on time. Maybe you are the one who is chronically late to everything. Here are a few ways you can battle chronic lateness. Use them for yourself or forward them onto your tardy friends.

WhatsApp Starts Testing Video Calling For Beta Users

Android: WhatsApp is one of the biggest chat apps in the world, but it’s still been missing one key feature until now: Video calling. If you’re running the WhatsApp beta, you can try it out.

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