Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Game Of Thrones season 4 to debut in April, hands on with Kogan Agora Mini 3G, the loveliest Wes Anderson video compilation you will see today.
- Some people find Wes Anderson's movies to be insufferably twee and quirky. These people are soulless philistines who subconsciously hate cinema. For fans, this video compilation of slow-mo moments is pure bliss.
- Kogan has announced a $299 7-inch tablet dubbed 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 will be compatible with 3G networks. You can read Gizmodo's first impressions here.
- A 16-year old Victorian 'white hat' hacker has landed himself in hot water after hacking into Public Transport Victoria's main user database. The exploit granted him access to full names, addresses, contact information and extracts of credit card info. Despite trying to warn PTV about the exploit, the organisation opted to refer the matter to the police. There’s the possibility that he’ll be charged for his alleged crimes. Read more here.
- DayZ is a massive mulitplayer online computer game that throws players into the heart of a zombie apocalypse. You can also die from drinking disifectant and falling off ladders, which makes for some very interesting user reviews.
- After a year of silence, the Demonoid tracker has finally returned to the interwebs. At last count, there were reportedly 1.3 million users connected, sharing almost 400,000 files.
- HBO has announced that the fourth series of Game Of Thrones will be kicking off on Sunday April 6 at 9pm. Insert obligatory Australian piracy joke here.