Briefly: Juice Brand Face-Off, Free Sex Ebooks, GTA V Map Leaked

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers including: gamers get their first glimpse at the full Grand Theft Auto V map, get 50 percent off Telstra Pre-Paid SIM Starter Kits, which juice brand has the most calories?

  • Channel Ten today confirmed it will be launching a new datacasting channel dubbed Spree TV from 17 September on Channel 15. It will provide a range of brand-based programming across home improvement, lifestyle, cooking, fitness and health products. [Via TV Tonight]
  • Coles is offering 50 percent off Telstra’s $30 Pre-Paid SIM Starter Kits. The deal is available in all SIM card varieties including Nano and Micro-SIM for iPad. The deal will also net you 1500 FlyBuys points per starter pack. [Via OzBargain]
  • Fruit juices are generally regarded to be a better choice than soft drink, but some brands are less healthy than others. The girls over at PopSugar have compared 10 popular store-bought fruit juices to find out which brand has the most calories. Click here to see their verdict. (If you haven’t already, also be sure to check out our colleague Make Serrel’s week-long juice diet — it’s fascinating stuff.)
  • Have you ever wondered why your voice sounds different after being recorded? Allow this video to drop its science on your noggin.
  • Amazon is currently giving away a handful of “interesting” self-help ebooks for free. Titles include Talking to Hot Girls Without Being Awkward, How to Get A Girl Into Your Bed – 10 Crucial Steps to Sleep with Her and the potentially related HIV & Nutrition: Your Bible On Living With HIV/AIDS.
  • The game map to the hotly anticipated Grand Theft Auto V was leaked online today, giving gamers a glimpse at the huge virtual sandbox they’ll soon be playing in. According to the game’s developers, GTA V’s map is going to be bigger than Red Dead Redemption, San Andreas, and Grand Theft Auto IV combined. (If you suffer from agoraphobia, you might want to give this title a miss.)

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