Ask LH: How Can I Add My Facebook Events To Google Calendar?

Hi Lifehacker, I’ve only just recently realised how convenient it would be to sync my Facebook events with my Google Calendar and thus have them pop up on my Android device. I did a quick search to find out how to do this but all the guides seem to relate to an older version of Facebook.


Pocket For Android Adds Storage Control And Quick-Delete Mode

Android: Pocket for Android has been updated with some handy new features. It now inclues the ability to set your offline storage limits, a new quick delete mode and improved Evernote integration.


Briefly: Pax Prime Cosplay, Leftover Hacks, Grappling Gun DIY

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: how to make an office grappling gun, the coolest cosplay at Pax Prime, 4 healthy dinners that make great leftovers.


Briefly: Hula Hoop Madness, Ed Husic Vs. Australia Tax, Diet Hacks

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Scientists empirically discover the best cheese for pizza, Ed Husic comes out swinging against anti-piracy laws, watch a girl dance with 30 hula hoops at once.


Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts

We talked Facebook Messenger, the best burgers, how to make the most of Opal and when you can use devices on flights. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:


Video Briefly: Anita Sarkeesian Returns, Ice Bucket Challenge Fails, New Screen Team Parody

Brief video items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Sarkeesian’s latest Tropes vs. Women in Video Games, ALS Ice Bucket Challenge fail compilation, Screen Team takes on Guardians Of The Galaxy. Kick off your Friday night with the best online videos of the week!


Checkmark Adds Snoozing And Recurring Reminders

iPhone: Checkmark, our favourite app for location-based reminders on iOS was updated today with a few handy new features. It now includes the ability to snooze reminders and add recurring reminders.


Briefly: Deadly Toys, Netflix Hurdles, Classification Changes

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: 10 incredibly dangerous banned toys, the two major hurdles facing Netflix in the local market, Australian Classification Act gets a major amendment.


Set Reminders After You're Supposed To Start To Beat Procrastination

We all procrastinate in some way or another. Sometimes, even a detailed daily schedule isn’t enough to keep that from happening. The Atlantic suggests that instead of setting reminders that tell you to do something in the future, you set them as late as possible.


Balance Visualises How Much Time You Spend At Work

iOS: Work-life balance is an important part of healthy living, but it’s sometimes difficult to know exactly how much time you’re spending at work. Balance uses data from Moves to visualise where you’re spending your time.