Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts

How To Game Of Thrones in Australia

You wanted to know how to watch Game Of Thrones in Australia, knife-attack survival tips and what to do after hitting an illegally parked car. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:

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  1. How To Watch Game Of Thrones Season 6 In Australia
    The sixth season of HBO’s award-winning fantasy series Game Of Thrones is less than a month away. On April 25, GoT fans will finally discover the fates of Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen and Cersei Lannister — all of whose lives hung in the balance last season. Unfortunately, Foxtel still has the Australian broadcasting rights stitched up. With that said, there are still a few options available that don’t require you to sign up to a costly pay TV subscription. Here’s how to watch Game Of Thrones Season 6 in Australia.
  2. Is It Legal To Hit An Illegally Parked Vehicle?
    On the weekend, my motorcycle was knocked over. Over a ledge, actually. The lady that hit my bike claimed that it wasn’t her fault since my motorcycle shouldn’t be parked where it was in the first place. It was an unmarked spot, yes, but there were no signs that told me I shouldn’t be parked there. This leads to a broader question: Is it legal to hit an illegally parked car? Let’s find out.
  3. Dealhacker: The Best Deals From Target's Massive Clearance Sale [Updated]
    Target is having a huge clearance sale across electronics products with an emphasis on video games and consoles. Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo gamers are all catered to, with some products slashed by $199. Here are some of the best deals.
  4. We Need To Talk About KFC's Porno Tweet
    Earlier today, KFC Australia tweeted an advertisement for Hot & Spicy chicken. The first thing to note here is that KFC is bringing Hot & Spicy back (hurrah!). The second thing… well, the image above speaks one thousand words, none of which are fit for publication.
  5. How to Jailbreak Your iPhone: The Always Up-to-Date Guide [iOS 9]
    Jailbreaking is a process that changes little by little with each iOS upgrade. Rather than always publishing new guides, we’re simply going to keep this one up to date. If you want to jailbreak your iOS device, you’ve come to the right page.
  6. Brand Names You Might Be Pronouncing Incorrectly [Infographic]
    There are a handful of brand names out there that are commonly mispronounced. A lot of it has to do with a mistranslation between languages, but it’s still interesting to learn which brands you might be saying incorrectly. This infographic lays them out.
  7. Don't Forget To Stock Up On Original BBQ Shapes This Weekend
    Arnott’s is changing the recipe of its Shapes biscuits — and the results are reportedly awful. According to the consensus on social media, the “new and improved” BBQ and Pizza versions have no visible flavouring and lack crunch; essentially robbing them of the brand’s best qualities. Thankfully, there’s still plenty of old stock on supermarket shelves — but it’s running out fast. If you’re an Arnott’s Shapes fanatic, you need to start stocking up and you need to do it now.
  8. Five Tips That Might Save Your Life In A Knife Attack
    Nobody wants to face a knife-wielding assailant, especially if you’re unarmed, but these five tips might help you defend yourself long enough to escape.
  9. Handheld Gaming Showdown: Nintendo 3DS Vs. PlayStation Vita
    The Nintendo 3DS and Sony PlayStation Vita have put amazing games in players’ hands over the last four or five years, but they each offer a very different experience. Both systems have matured and seen a lot of changes, and now that they have likely reached their final form, it’s time to compare the two.
  10. Say G'day To Australia's New $5 Note
    The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has unveiled the design for its new $5 banknote, which sports new security features to prevent counterfitting. Its also garish as all get-out.


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