You have no excuse to be bored these days — from online TV to streaming music to games, there are more options than ever. These are the 10 most popular Entertainment posts from Lifehacker in 2014. Note: contains Game Of Thrones.
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However you choose to couch it, Game Of Thrones isn't coming back for a bloody long time. If you're suffering from withdrawals already, you're clearly going to need a substitute to get you through the winter. Here are ten recommendations from Lifehacker's chief fantasy nerd that will appease any GoT fan. Epic fight scenes, nail-biting betrayals, gratuitous nooky – you'll find it all here!
The fourth and arguably best season of Game Of Thrones has just ended its run on Foxtel. You can now purchase the show from other content providers without paying an exorbitant monthly fee. Here are the details and pricing for each option, along with our verdict for which is best.
When Game Of Thrones returns to Australian screens in April, you'll no longer have the option of buying the episodes on iTunes shortly after transmission. Here's what you can do instead.
Chances are your home theatre system is a mess, with multiple devices hooked into it your TV (Blu-Ray player, laptop, digital tuner and the rest). Here's how I rolled all those devices into one awesome media centre that costs less than $600 to build.
After numerous delays and a lot of confusion, FreeviewPlus finally launches officially in Australia today. Is this Internet-enhanced catch-up service the future of TV viewing, or is it a case of too little too late?
Surprisingly few people are comfortable admitting they watch porn, so it's understandable that you might want to hide your collection from prying eyes. Here are a few ways to go about it.
iOS: Yesterday, the popular streaming app Popcorn Time made its way to iOS on jailbroken devices. If you're not jailbroken but still want to get in on the action, MovieBox is a similar app that you can install on any device.
Hey Lifehacker, When is season 4 of Game Of Thrones coming to iTunes?
Netflix is rumoured to enter Australia early next year (that was later essentially confirmed), but that doesn't stop a few enterprising Australians from accessing it now. Actually, it's more than a few.
Online region-blocking is a primitive annoyance that attempts to restrict Aussies from accessing overseas content — even if you're willing to pay for it. Thankfully, it's not too difficult to circumvent. One of the latest outfits to offer a sneaky backdoor pass is Getflix; an Australian-run service with its own DNS servers. It's one of the fastest solutions available and also surprisingly cheap, with prices starting at just $2.45 per month.