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Briefly: Sims 4 Cheats, Spaceship Porn, Runner Breathing Tips

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: The biggest illustrated spaceship chart ever, the best cheats for The Sims 4, how to breathe when running.


Dolph Lundgren Shares His Top Five Life Hacks

Last week, we matched biceps with The Expendables‘ Dolph Lundgren during some hand-to-hand combat training — click here to see the video. During this mildly terrifying experience, we also asked Dolph to share his tips for maintaining a perfect life balance. Read on for his top five life hacks.


10 Animated Movies To Watch With Your Kids These School Holidays

If your rugrats are anything like mine, you’re probably sick to death of Frozen by now. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a wonderful movie filled with likeable characters, a positive take-home message and effortlessly catchy songs. But the magic starts to wear a bit thin after the two-hundredth viewing. With Term 3 school holidays about to kick off, things are about to get even worse. Luckily, Lifehacker’s resident cartoon geek is here to help…


Prices For Renting Digital Movies Compared: Allegedly, Australia's The Cheapest

How much Australians pay for digital media is a perennial sore point. One new study suggests that when it comes to renting new release movies online, we’re actually amongst the cheapest.


Disc-2-Digital Will Put Your Blu-ray And DVD Discs In The Cloud For A Stupidly Large Fee

While it’s not particularly difficult to rip Blu-rays or DVDs, it’s technically illegal to do so in Australia. Disc-2-Digital is a service that creates legal, cloud-accessible versions of movies you own on physical media — but you’ll pay for the privilege.


Dolph Lundgren Shows Lifehacker How To Break People

Today we caught up with action movie demi-god Dolph Lundgren who was in town to promote Optus’ new “Switch” offerings. During his visit, Dolph agreed to show off some hand-to-hand combat techniques for beginners.


Briefly: Galaxy Note 4 Hands-On, Protein Tips, Baby RC Helicopter

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Village Roadshow compares piracy to terrorism, the world’s smallest RC helicopter, ACCC issues list of demands for Valve.


Briefly: USB Drill, IFA Live Blogs, Loki: The Movie

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Black & Decker launches USB-powered electric drill, watch all the live tech blogs from IFA 2014, the most iconic 100 shots in movie history.


Briefly: Camera Phone Buying Guide, Gamer Gouging, Action Movie Kid

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Queensland speed camera earns $150,000 on its first day, Civilization: Beyond Earth gets slapped with a $50 “Australia tax”, get a customised mouse mat for $0.99.


Briefly: DARPA Death Machines, Star Fox The Movie, Cheap Video Games

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Hafthor “the Mountain” Bjornsson takes out 2014 European Strongest Man competition, DARPA launches GXV-T tank program, the case for Star Fox: The Movie.