Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: get a Nokia Lumia 530 for $39.50 from Woolworths, see the last McDonald's hamburger in Iceland -- live on video.
- Woolworths is currently selling Nokia Lumia 530 smartphones for just $39.50. This is a decent four-inch handset boasting a 5MP camera and running on Windows 8.1. The catch is that they're locked to Telstra. It also comes bundled with a protective case.
- In response to dwindling sales, McDonald's chose to exit Iceland back in 2009 (they prefer hákarl up there). To commemorate the occasion, Hjörtur Smárason purchased a burger on closing day and kept it in his garage. It eventually made its way to the Bus Hostel Reykjavik in Iceland and can be viewed on a 24/7 live video stream. Terrifyingly, it doesn't appeared to have changed much. You can watch the live stream here.
- Moog is reissuing a limited number of instruments from the its extinct line of crazy modulars from the 1970s with prices starting at $10,000. You'll probably never actually get to play one, but at the very least you can revel in this magnificent demo.