Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including drones capturing the horror of the NSW bushfires and the official launch of BlackBerry 10.2.
- Drone technology allows access to dangerous areas people can’t easily go — check out this footage from a drone in an area devastated by the Blue Mountains bushfires and see for yourself. And remember: donating to the RFS is a fine thing to do.
- BlackBerry 10.2 — which adds a self-sorting inbox, allows you to reply to incoming calls with a text or instant message, and incorporates more intelligent sharing — has been officially released. No word yet on when Australian carriers will begin rolling out the update; unfortunately you can’t manually update yourself.
- Newly addicted to Pokemon in the Pokemon X&Y era? Mark over at Kotaku highlights an Australian iOS app that acts as a Pokedex — handy if you’re not online and want to do some research.
- In the mood for icecream? POPSUGAR Fitness rounds up the kilojoule count on 10 popular local brands. Not that knowing those details will stop me pigging out.