Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers including: new Arrested Development gets first trailer, free ebooks from Amazon, how fast is the NBN really?
- The cult favourite sitcom Arrested Development is finally returning for a fourth season of 14 episodes. The first trailer has just landed online and it actually looks promising: check it out here.
- Videographer Gerald Donovan has released a new time-lapse video of the opulent city of Dubai. The astonishing clip condenses 28 hours into two beautiful minutes. The footage is made extra eye-catching by the clever use of camera pans and tilts. Watch it for yourself here.
- Remember that website that compared the speed of the Coalition’s broadband plan along with the speed of the National Broadband Network? The site came under some criticism for unfairly skewing the results in favour of Labor. Now, a new site called HowFastIsTheNBNReally.com.au is up, which plays host to scripts you can use to change the speed of the original comparisons. Head over to Gizmodo for more information.
- Amazon is currently offering a handful of ebooks for free. Titles include The Stress Free You, 31 Perfect Fitness Smoothies, The ABCs of Money and 25 Chili Recipes Cookbook [via OzBargain].