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Briefly: Woolworths Slammed For Safety Breaches, Violent Kids Games, Healthy Desserts

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: ACCC takes action against Woolworths for unsafe products, KFC adds free Foxtel Presto to its Family Burger Box, the violent world of retro family games.

Briefly: 'Morning After' Recovery Hacks, Best Coding Sites, $15 Tiger Flights

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Why Microsoft spent $2.5 billion on the makers of Minecraft, how to bounce back from an all-nighter, six inspiring websites that teach you to code.

KeepTrack Creates Custom Entries To Log Anything

Android: KeepTrack is a simple app to create a log that you can fill quickly. It also shows you a calendar of your accomplishments, as well as statistics.

Briefly: Mass Effect Factoids, Browser Tab Hacks, Cheap PS4

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: How to keep dozens of tabs open without exhausting your browser, Star Wars without the music, get a Sony PlayStation 4 bundled with Knack and Killzone Shadow Fall for $449.

Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts

The week was dominated by the announcement of the iPhone 6; check our Planhacker guide for a comprehensive roundup of your options. Beyond that, we looked into why house prices are so high, travel scams and the cheapest places to buy Destiny. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:

Is There Such A Thing As The Perfect To-Do List?

You might swear by a pen-crafted, bullet-pointed list or use some extravagant combination of apps and online calendars, but when push comes to shove, whatever method works for you is the best method. Still, there’s nothing wrong with refining your approach to the humble to-do, especially if it results in squeezing more productivity out of your day.

Video Briefly: Samsung Vs. Apple, Unkillable Robots, Tinder Hacker

Brief video items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Samsung sticks the boot into iPhone 6, Harvard University builds the toughest robot ever, how to “like” up to 900 Tinderers per hour. Kick off your Friday night with the best online videos of the week!

Keep A Junk Drawer To Cut Down On Needless Decisions

Our brains can only handle so much during a day. The Globe and Mail recommends using a junk drawer to easily categorise the miscellaneous.

Briefly: Barophobia Bachelor Pad, Samsung Slams iPhone 6, Sims 4 Review

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Australian firm designs the scariest house ever, Samsung ad sticks the boot into Apple (again), this week’s hottest celebrity Instagram snaps.

Briefly: Jetsons Theme Park, Greek Grub, More Fart Science

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: delicious Greek recipes, why humans fart, the amazing Jetsons theme park that never was.