Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: get 41 video games for under $7, Australian businessman linked to creation of Bitcoin, the state of the PlayStation 4 in 2015, Dallas Buyers Club seeks significant damages from pirates.
- The latest Bundle Stars release packs in 41 games for less than $7; that’s a saving of nearly $200! For more online bargains, head to Hump Day Deals page.
- The identity of “Satoshi Nakamoto”, the pseudonym of the mysterious individual that created the concept of Bitcoin in late 2009, has finally been outed. It turns out that the shadowy figure may be from Australia, and living in Sydney. Gizmodo has the story.
- The PlayStation 4 turned three this year. Kotaku takes a look at the road it’s traveled and where it stands today.
- The company behind Dallas Buyers Club today put forward an amended list of damages it would request from pirates, which have been described in court as “not modest”. Gizmodo has the story.
- Spending time as a backpacker is basically an Aussie rite of passage. POPSUGAR has put together a check list of things backpacker’s go through, so you can test how “real” a backpacker you are.