Briefly: Beats Music To Replace MOG, World's Weirdest Liquor Bottles, Oculus Rift Gets Gender-Swap Simulator

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers including: Telstra confirms Beats Music will launch in Australia within months, Kogan's Agora mini HD 3G tablet debuts for $199, the weirdest liquor bottles in the world.

  • Australia will be the second country in the world to get access to Beats Music according to a post from Telstra‚Äôs manager of Sport and Entertainment. "We are likely to launch Beats later this year (pre June 30) and will be the 2nd country in the world to do so." More info at Gizmodo.
  • Kogan has announced the availability of its $299 7-inch tablet, the Kogan Agora Mini 3G. It comes with a quad-core 1.2GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, a 4500mAh battery and is compatible with 3G networks.
  • Giznodo has published a gallery depicting 20 of the weirdest, coolest liquor bottles in the world.
  • Last year, we brought your attention to the world's first pornographic Oculus Rift video game. Now, BeAnotherLabs has upped the ante with a simulation that causes the wearer to swap genders with their partner. Click here to watch the bizarre video (slightly NSFW).


    Giznodo??? GizNodo??? GIZNODO???
    Please, for crying out loud, can you get the names of your own web properties correct.

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