Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers including: get half-price on Gold Coast Theme Parks admission, Iran inventor creates "time machine", the Samsung Galaxy Mega.
- Samsung has revealed a new Galaxy smartphone that takes the 'phablet' concept to a whole new level: the aptly named Samsung Galaxy Mega measures a faintly ridiculous 6.3 inches and comes with a 720p display, LTE connectivity, up to 16GB of inbuilt storage, 1.5GB of RAM and a 1.7GHz dual-core processor. You can get the rest of the details over at Gizmodo.
- Themeparks.com.au is currently offering 50 per cent off the entry price of popular Gold Coast theme parks including Sea World, Wet 'n' Wild and Warner Bros Movie World. The deals can be ordered online and will remain valid until 30 June. [Via Oz Bargain]
- KFC Australia has been caught out censoring LGBTQI interest material on its in-store Wi-Fi network, Gizmodo reports. The issue was apparently caused by a glitch in the ConnectSafe system that Norton provides KFC.
- Is time-travel possible? A Tehran scientist working for Iran's state-run Centre for Strategic Inventions claims to have invented a machine that can predict the future. The 'Aryayek Time Traveling Machine' purports to use "complex algorithms" to predict up to eight years of an individual's future life. The inventor claims the machine, which is small enough to fit inside a laptop bag, is 98 percent accurate. Hmmm. [Via The Telegraph]