Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: 9 healthy ways to eat potatoes, Zelda: Breath Of Porridge, the imminent death of Tor and the dark web.
- The space-exploration game No Man’s Sky now has cars to drive around in. Hello Games is calling them ‘Planetary Vehicles’. [Kotaku]
- Takeaway delivery service Deliveroo has launched operations in Canberra and Adelaide – meaning it now works with over 2000 restaurants across seven Australian cities. [Deliveroo]
- The dark web is disappearing. New research suggests what the few extant Tor onions that remain are headed towards extinction. [Gizmodo]
- The Australian dollar has tumbled to a 6-week low – and analysts at Citibank think the Aussie dollar’s slide may be just getting started. [Business Insider]
- Today’s news in cool, local science: Australian scientists can now purify water with sunlight in 20 minutes. [Gizmodo]
- Kotaku’s Mark Serrels likes porridge. He also likes the video game Zeda: Breath Of The Wild. So he decided to combine the two with some in-game cooking… [Kotaku]
- Potatoes have been given an unfair bad rep. Here are nine super-healthy ways to eat them. [POPSUGAR]