Briefly: Controversial Maths Facts, Halo Anniversary Trailer, Nexus 6 Hands-On

Nexus 6 Hands On: So Big, So Beautiful

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Optus expands 4G services across Darwin, the 12 most controversial facts in mathematics, hands on with the Nexus 6 smartphone.

  • Optus' 4G services have been greatly expanded across Darwin including the suburbs of Fannie Bay, Ludmilla, Coconut Grove, Nightcliff, Millner, Winnellie, Moil, Knuckey Lagoon, Charles Darwin University and Darwin International Airport.
  • Having sexual fantasies is healthy and normal. Except when they're not. A new study is helping shed light on what sexual fantasies are prevalent, and which are unusual and rare.
  • Remember '90s television? It was largely pretty embarrassing. Take, for example, this unaired pilot for Nick Arcade. (Warning: contains radical haircuts and Sonic the Hedgehog.)
  • Mathematics has little surprises that are designed to test and push your mental limits. These 12 simple maths problems prove outstandingly controversial among students of maths, but are nonetheless facts.
  • The latest trailer for Halo Anniversary focuses on the second game in the series which was originally released way back in 2004. It's amazing what a fresh lick of paint can achieve. Click here to see for yourself.
  • The Google Nexus 6 is expected to land in Australia some time this month. Here are Gizmodo's first impressions.

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    The Gizmodo link: http://www.gizmodo.com.au/2014/11/nexus-6-hands-on-so-big-so-beautiful/

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