Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: NASA figured out what shut down its Curiosity rover, Legendary Pokemon sightings in Pokemon GO, changing clouds bad for the planet.
- Curiosity is finally back in action, after it threw itself into a mysterious partial shut down last week, briefly falling out of communication with Earth. Now, NASA has figured out the cause. Find out what it is on Gizmodo Australia.
- This is what Pokemon GO's Legendaries look like
- The world's clouds are changing (we're talking about real clouds here, not cloud computing) and it's not good for the planet. Read up on this on Business Insider Australia.
- This do-anywhere bikini circuit crushes calories (and your excuses). See it on POPSUGAR Australia.