Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Team GearBox takes out BattleHack Sydney, get $1 cheeseburgers from Hungry Jack's, watch the first footage from Simpsons/Family Guy crossover.
- Most people are in agreement that cannibalism is pretty bad. But is it also unhealthy? Gizmodo investigates.
- Former Daily Show correspondent John Oliver has launched a blistering attack on the the United States' handling of its nuclear weapons stockpile. Terrifyingly, its arsenal of warheads exceeds 4800 and can be controlled with “LP-sized floppy disks”. Click here to watch the video.
- Team GearBox was crowned Australia's best hacking team at PayPal's BattleHack competition this weekend. The winning app was a storage locker powered by an Arduino Yun that allows users to borrow fitness and sports equipment via their mobile phones. Team GearBox will represent Australia at the BattleHack World Finals to compete for the $100,000 grand prize. [Related: Expert Tips For Hosting Your Own Hackathon.]
- The LG G3 is a new "superphone' that comes with a quad-core, Snapdragon 801 processor clocked at 2.5GHz, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. Check out Gizmodo's full-length review to see if it's worth the dosh.
- Hungry Jack's is currently selling cheeseburgers for just $1. The deal is valid between 12pm and 1pm daily in all states except NSW and ACT.
- One of the weirdest announcements at this year's Comic-Con was the upcoming crossover between The Simpsons and Family Guy. Click here to see the footage.