Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Woman allegedly spies raw giblets in her KFC meal, get 15 photo prints from Harvey Norman for free, watch a robot solve a Rubik's Cube in 1.019 seconds.
- Photos have surfaced of uncooked giblets that were allegedly discovered in a KFC meal in the UK. The outlet has since apologised for the incident. "Sometimes mistakes can happen and unfortunately on rare occasions, giblets are not removed when they should have been." Read the story here.
- Harvey Norman is offering 15 free 5" X 7" photo prints to new members free of charge. You can also get unlimited 6" X 4" photos for $0.09. [Via OzBargain]
- According to analysts at Goldman Sachs, the latest big oil crash means "we are now at a price level that is creating real fundamental change" in the oil market. Business Insider has the story.
- Microsoft is offering an Aussie-themed Xbox One Controller to commemorate Australia Day. You really need to read Kotaku's news report immediately.
- Two bedroom coders have built a mechanical Rubik's Cube solver using an array of webcams, 3D printed frames and stepper motors. The resulting "robot" can solve the puzzle in 1.019 seconds. Click here to see it in action.
- Did Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey really murder Teresa Halbach? The critically-acclaimed Netflix series Making a Murderer attempts to paint them as innocent. But if they didn't do it, who did? Here are seven theories about what really happened to the ill-fated Wisconsin photographer.