Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: hands-on with the Samsung Series 9 Curved UHD LED TV, fake viral photos that fooled the world, the rise of teenage 'sexting'.
- Catch of The Day is throwing a 'Two Pack' tech sale -- all deals include two of each item. Products include HDMI cables, IP security cameras, 64GB SD cards, headphones and assorted iPhone accessories. Prices start at just 50 cents. For more great online deals, head to our Hump Day Bargains post.
- IKEA is heading to Canberra. The Swedish furniture giant will set up shop opposite Canberra Airport and has hired a construction firm to build the store. [Via Canberra Times]
- In other IKEA news, have you ever wondered what all those product names mean in English? Click here to find out.
- Last week, we checked out Samsung's new Curved UHD LED TV range. (Click here to see a video of the new panels in action.) If you're interested in this new technology, our colleagues over at Gizmodo have just reviewed the flagship model.
- The internet is great for many reasons, but it also perpetrates a belief in fake images. This gallery includes everything from underwater trains to age-defying celebrities that are just too good to be true. That's because they are, natch.
- Australian school aged children are overwhelmingly using social media to make contact and develop sexual relationships, according to a comprehensive study by Latrobe University’s Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society. Read the full report at Business Insider.