Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers including: Telstra shifts blame for Kogan Mobile's imminent closure, Get a 1GB Dodo SIM card for $2, stretching exercises to relieve a sore neck instantly.
- As the fallout from Kogan Mobile's impending closure heats up, Telstra has launched a vigorous defence of its actions, claiming that it won’t be blamed for the closure of the cut-price carrier. "To date, we have not been able to reach an agreement with Kogan," the telco explained on its official blog. "The decision by Ferrier Hodgson, as ispONE’s administrator, to terminate Telstra’s Wholesale’s pre-paid mobile contract meant we had no choice but to progress with disconnecting Kogan’s services, although we are currently providing an interim service at our own cost to Kogan end users so they have time to choose their next steps." You can read more about Telstra's stance over at Gizmodo.
- The remote access specialists at LogMeIn have added cloud-based recording and sharing of any join.me online or audio meeting. "The new features offer a simple, secure way to capture and share real-time collaboration sessions, either as a follow-up for participants or as a means of sharing the meeting’s content with a broader audience," the company explains. Head to the joine.me website for more information.
- Bargain site NoWorries is currently selling Dodo Pre-Paid Mobile Broadband SIM cards with 1GB of included data for just $2 apiece. The 1GB of data will last for 60 days after activation. The deal also includes free delivery within Australia. [Via OzBargain]
- Yesterday, we reported on the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S 4 Mini on the Optus network. Today, Telstra has announced that it will also be selling the new phone. The telco hasn't announced any pricing details yet, but you can register your interest in the device here.
- PopSUgar Health & Fitness has published a stretches guide designed to relieve a sore neck instantly. Click here and judge for yourself.