Briefly: Tomcar Backs Bitcoin, Nexus 5 Review, Dirt-Cheap Batman Games

Briefly: Tomcar Backs Bitcoin, Nexus 5 Review, Dirt-Cheap Batman Games
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Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers including: Warner Bros. throws Humble Bundle sale featuring Batman games, Tomcar Australia adds Bitcoins to payment options, the science behind lethal injections.

  • Tomcar Australia is now accepting Bitcoins payments through a partnership with CoinJar. Customers can opt to buy vehicles, parts and merchandise with the global digital currency on Tomcar’s online store. “Bitcoin helps us reduce the inherent costs involved in international trade. Tomcar Australia already uses Bitcoin to pay a growing number of overseas suppliers [so] it makes sense to accept it from customers too,” TomCar’s CEO David BrimBrim said in a statement. You can find our more about the new Bitcoin partnership on Tomcar’s website.
  • The hotly-anticipated Nexus 5 has finally landed in Australia with Android 4.4 (KitKat) in tow. Check out Gizmodo’s in-depth review to see why it’s one of the best phones money can buy.
  • We all know that music can make workouts better but having a perfect pair of earphones is key. PopSugar Health & Fitness has shortlisted ten of the best sports headphones for exercise. Click here to see their nominations.
  • Warner Bros is the latest games publisher to launch a Humble Bundle sale which sends 100 percent of revenue to charity. Customers are allowed to pay whatever they want, with most opting for around $5. Games featured in the deal include Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City, F.E.A.R. 2, Lord of the Rings: War in the North and Scribblenauts Unlimited. Click here and do your part for charity!
  • Have you ever wondered how death by lethal injection works? What the hell is wrong with you? We strongly suggest you read Gizmodo’s guide to get this morbid fascination out of your system.