Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers including: Titanfall Aussie servers switched on, a month of healthy lunch recipes, the worst reader comments on Domino's Facebook page.
- Titanfall is generally regarded to be the first "killer app" for next-gen consoles. Read the official Kotaku review to find out what all the fuss is about.
- In other Titanfall news, the game's dedicated Australian servers are now up and running. "Australia and NZ rejoice! PC and X1 servers are up and running. Still calling them beta until you test them, so go test them!"
- The Australian Government has reaffirmed its commitment to buying a fleet of surveillance drones which will be based in Adelaide, of all places. Click here for the full report.
- Remember Ellen Degeneres' celebrity-studded selfie pic from this year's Oscars? Watch this video of an artist drawing a shockingly perfect recreation of the same picture. The detail is astounding.
- The cast of A Game Of Thrones recently tried out the Oculus Rift virtual-reality headset. Here's a video of them wigging out. (Bonus: includes footage of Hodor rocking a DJ turntable.
- Regus Businessworld is offering a 12 month GOLD membership worth $600 for free when you use the discount code 'INAMEXP'. The deal includes unlimited walk-in access to more than 1500 business lounges and cafés worldwide, complimentary Internet, tea and coffee on every visit and professional administrative support from an onsite team. [Via OzBargain]
- There's a video currently doing the rounds on YouTube in which a pair of smugly beautiful parents lip sync to Disney's Frozen. The father isn't paying particular attention to the road and the mother isn't wearing a seat belt. Predictably, the denizens of the internet have taken this video to its natural, twisted conclusion. (Stick around to the 40 second mark.)
- Counting calories and planning out your meals is a surefire way to drop kilos. To help, PopSugar Health & Fitness has created a plan that maps out healthy lunches for an entire month. Click here to get the recipes.
- Domino's Facebook page seems to attract disgruntled customers like flies. But is the product truly to blame, or are these people just whinging for the sake of it? This video helps to put things into perspective.