Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers including: Kogan Mobile to take its wholesaler to court over ‘Unlimited’ debacle, sports commentators lend their voices to Whereis Maps' turn-by-turn navigation app, get 700 Marvel digital comics free.
- Whereis Maps for iOS has added a handful of Australian sports commentators to its turn-by-turn navigation tool. You can now get spoken directions from Ray Warren, Dennis Cometti and Billy Birmingham (AKA 'the 12th Man') in their trademark commentator styles. You can download the free app here.
- Kogan Mobile has announced it will take its wholesale provider ISPOne to the Supreme Court following the controversial dumping of 'high usage' customers on Kogan's Unlimited Mobile plan. Kogan Mobile is blaming ISPOne for the debacle, which it claims implemented a block on the usage of Kogan customers without the telco’s permission. Read the full report here.
- Marvel Comics — the publishers behind Spider-Man, X-Men, The Avengers and countless others — are currently offering 700 #1 digital issues for free. The promotion is on for a strictly limited time and requires signing up to the Marvel website. Click here for more info. [Via OzBargain]
- One patient gamer has managed to recreate the entire Jurassic Park island in the brick-building game Minecraft in tribute to the film's 20th anniversary and 3D re-release. You can watch a tour of the virtual theme park here.