Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers including: 10,000 iiNet customers connected to the NBN, HTC One reviewed and rated, the many deaths of Tomb Raider’s Lara Croft.
- iiNet has announced it has connected more than 10,000 customers to the National Broadband Network (NBN) across its fibre, satellite, and fixed wireless services. “The sooner we can connect more people to super-fast broadband the better and we’re looking forward to connecting thousands more as the rollout continues,” iiNet CEO Michael Malone said.
- Our colleagues over at Gizmodo have just finished putting the HTC One smartphone through its paces. Giz editor Luke Hopewell calls it a true return to form, and “infinitely more impressive than Samsung’s Galaxy S IV“. You can read the full review here.
- There are many gruesome ways to die in the new Tomb Raider action adenture game for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC. Someone with too much time on their hands (not to mention some severe psychological issues) has compiled a clip show of every possible death scenario in the game.
- Amazon is currently offering the eBook The Power of Communication: Skills to Build Trust, Inspire Loyalty, and Lead Effectively for free (RRP: $26.99). According to the author, the book reveals how to orient on audiences, recognising their centers of gravity and most critical concerns. “You’ll learn how to integrate and succeed with all three levels of communication: strategic, operational, and tactical” (it says here). [Via OzBargain]