Briefly: Cheap PS4, HP Stream 11 Review, King's Quest Returns

Brief news items for Lifehacker readers, including: Get a PlayStation 4 with three games for $399, new gameplay trailer for King’s Quest remake.

Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts

You wanted news on Netflix, breakups, Grill’d and the Lifehacker Awards 2014. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:

Multiply Your Time Tomorrow By Asking Yourself What You Can Do Today

Managing your time to be productive can be done many different ways. You can focus on using it efficiently or prioritising tasks you do during that time, but you can also focus on creating time. You can create more productivity time for yourself tomorrow by asking yourself one question every day.

Video Briefly: New Mad Max, Best Music Of 2014, Snowflake Science

The best online videos of the week, including: The best music mash-up of the year, nuclear strike simulator and that insanely good Mad Max: Fury Road trailer.

Checkmark 2 Adds A Widget And Interactive Notifications

iPhone: Checkmark 2 has long been our favourite alternative to Apple’s Reminders. Today, it gets a couple of handy new features, including a Notification Center Widget and interactive notifications.

Briefly: New Mad Max Trailer, Cheap PS4 Bundle, Onion Hacks

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Get a PS4 bundle with three games for $498, how to chop super-fine onions, the new Mad Max trailer that will blow your mind.

Centralise Your Lists And To-Dos To Avoid Information Overload

There are so many great apps out there that it’s tough to not use them all. We store our shopping lists in one app, clip from the web to a note-taking app, and tell our virtual assistant to remind us about tasks. Consolidating that information into one place instead can help avoid information overload.

The Most Popular Online Porn In Australia's Biggest Cities [NSFW]

The in-no-way-shocking figures are in: Australians like porn. But which city favours same-sex lady love, and which one is more interested in when events reach their (ahem) peak?

Create Checklists For Your Most Important Tasks To Free Up Mental RAM

We love to-do lists here at Lifehacker, but checklists — routine lists of steps involved in a process — often get overlooked. They’re invaluable for giving your mind freedom to think about the important things.

Briefly: Hamburger History, Cheap Hotels, DIY Bullet Earphones

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: The origin of the hamburger, Nathan Drake climbs, get $50 off hotel bookings with HotelClub.