Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Get a free Krispy Kreme on Doughnut Day, Louis CK explains why Australians pirate things, Fetch TV launches 2014 World Cup anti-spoiler app.
- Fetch TV has launched the 'Spoiler Spoiler' app; a browser extension that blocks all mentions of 2014 World Cup results. “The Fetch TV Spoiler Spoiler App will help fans who prefer to record the overnight games instead of getting up stay spoiler-free," the company explained.
- US comedian Louis CK recently had some choice words to say about Australian piracy: and he makes a darn lot of sense. "The whole country pirates there. [In the US] weirdos pirate things, but in Australia, moms and dads pirate video, because we’re not letting them buy it. We’re keeping it from them.” You can hear more of the interview here.
- Is Apple planning to kill the 3.5mm headphone jack? Recent business developments suggest that the next iPhone might come with a propriety Lightning headphone port. Head to Gizmodo for the full story.
- Apparently, 6 June is Doughnut Day. To celebrate, Krispy Kreme is offering one free doughnut to customers with this coupon. For more details, click here.
- Why are game developers always getting laid off? This article does a good job of explaining it.