Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: How to keep dozens of tabs open without exhausting your browser, Star Wars without the music, get a Sony PlayStation 4 bundled with Knack and Killzone Shadow Fall for $449.
- Did you know that the original Apple computer mouse was inspired by Atari controllers in old arcade parlours? It’s true.
- John Williams’ iconic Star Wars theme is one of the most important scores in cinematic history. If you want proof, just look at how rubbish the movie is sans music.
- Depth: Blood and Gold is a shooter that lets you play as either a treasure-stealing human or a human-eating shark. Here is some terrifying gameplay footage.
- In other gaming news, here are eight things you might not know about the popular Mass Effect franchise — even if you’re a fan.
- We’ve talked about the evils of keeping too many browser tabs open before. However, if you can’t help yourself, here’s a simple hack that will allow you to keep dozens of tabs open without exhausting your browser.
- K-Mart is selling the PlayStation 4 with the games Knack and Killzone Shadow Fall for $449. You can also get the 500GB PS3 with two controllers and Little Big Planet Karting for $289. [Via OzBargain]