Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers including: PopSugar guide to healthy eating, Google teases new gaming initiatives for I/O, the Top 10 video games for Android.
- Our sisterly colleagues over at PopSugar Health & Fitness have put together an exhaustive collection of healthy eating tips. It covers everything from ‘bliss ball’ recipes to the best desk drawer snacks.
- It is looking increasingly likely that Google will announce something game-related at this year’s I/O conference in San Francisco. Gizmodo was sent an alleged leak of the I/O invite which bears the headings, “Let’s Play Together” and “Join Us As We Re-Invent The Playground”. There’s also a Google-style homage to Space Invaders, and arrows pointing at the game-space inviting people in.
- Kotaku has put together a list of the 10 Best Games For Android Smartphones, around half of which cost under a dollar. They failed to include Alien Breed, R-Type or Speed Ball 2 though, which makes the list highly suspect. Head to the article to find out what’s missing from your collection (Google Store links to all games are included).
- It sounds like a Jehovah’s Witness magazine, but GuardianWitness is actually a ‘citizen journalism app’ for iOS users. The app allows users to submit videos, pictures and text directly to the digital edition of The Guardian newspaper, which is launching in Australia later this year. (It sounds suspiciously like doing journalists’ jobs for them, but I suppose we’re all news hounds in the social networking era). For more information, head to the official GuardianWitness webpage.
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