Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts

You wanted . Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:

  1. Why The Dallas Buyers Club Piracy Letter Won't Matter | Lifehacker Australia
    There will be thousands of Australians who are now concerned about the prospect of receiving lawyers letters accusing them of downloading the movie the Dallas Buyers Club in April or May of 2014.
  2. The Cheapest Ways To Watch Game Of Thrones Season 5 In Australia | Lifehacker Australia
    The fifth season of HBO’s popular fantasy series Game Of Thrones kicks off on Monday, April 13. The bad news is that Foxtel has extended its partnership with HBO, which means you can’t legally access the show anywhere else during its initial run. However, there are still a few options available that don’t require you to sign up to a costly pay TV subscription. If you’re a die-hard GoT fan, these are the choices you should be considering.
  3. Exercise Versus Diet: Which Is More Important For Weight Loss? | Lifehacker Australia
    Being healthy is simple, right? “Eat less, move more.” That’s easy to say, but practicality is one of the most important things when it comes to health and fitness. Recommendations like this are blanket statements that don’t address practicality — so when it comes down to it, which is more important? Diet, or exercise?
  4. Australian 'Three Strikes' Anti-Piracy Code: What You Need To Know | Lifehacker Australia
    The final version of the proposed “three strikes” anti-piracy code for Australian internet service providers (ISPs) has just been published. Assuming this is approved by the regulator, there will soon be new rules that allow movie and TV studios to seek details of alleged downloaders after they have been sent three warnings.
  5. What Is 5G And How Does It Work? | Lifehacker Australia
    If you take a stroll outside today, you’ll see a lot of people with mobile phones, phablets or tablets in their hands making calls, using the internet to catch up on the news, watch videos, or interacting with others via Facebook, Tumblr or Twitter.
  6. What To Do If You Feel Too Bloated For Sex, But You're Still Horny | Lifehacker Australia
    We’ve all been there, right? Ready to leap into bed, but concerned about the ominous rumblings in your stomach. Here’s how to prevent bloating, gas or food babies from ruining an otherwise sexy evening.
  7. How The Dallas Buyers Club Decision Infringes On Our Privacy | Lifehacker Australia
    Our online privacy is constantly under threat. Our activities on the internet are monitored for a variety of reasons and our human right of privacy is often pitted against other human rights like freedom of expression.
  8. Get In Shape With This 11-Minute Fighter Pilots' Workout | Lifehacker AustraliaIt may be Canada’s best-kept exercise secret: an 11-minute, no-equipment workout program designed to keep pilots and other Air Force members in top shape even when they were posted to remote areas without gym facilities.
  9. Ultrawide Vs Dual Monitors: Which Are Better For Productivity? | Lifehacker Australia
    We love multiple monitor workstations, but “Ultrawide” displays, packing resolutions that rival two or three panels side-by-side, are looking better and better these days. After all, having more than one monitor doesn’t automatically make you more productive. Here’s how these new ultrawide monitors differ from a dual-screen setup, and when you might consider buying one.
  10. Blind Taste Test: Can Coke Life Pass For The Real Thing? [Video] | Lifehacker Australia
    Coke Life is a new “mid calorie” soft drink that uses a natural sweetener extracted from the leaves of the stevia plant. Unlike Coke Zero or Diet Coke, it has been specifically formulated to match the taste of the real thing. But how similar is it really? To put Coke’s claims to the test, we subjected our co-workers to a blind taste test. The results were pretty surprising.

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