Last Week’s 10 Biggest Posts

Last Week’s 10 Biggest Posts
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You wanted: an explanation about Channel Ten going into administration, the best trailers from E3 2017 and windshield defogging tips. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from last week.

  1. Channel Ten Has Gone Into Administration: How Does This Affect Viewers?
    Channel Ten has gone into voluntary administration mere days after two billionaire shareholders backed out of guaranteeing more loans for the free-to-air network.
  2. The Best Game Trailers From E3 2017 [Updated]
    The best part of the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is the action-packed trailers for upcoming games. Some show gameplay, some show ultra polished cinematics and some are nothing more than a five second tease. But they all get the blood racing if you’re a die-hard gamer. Here are the best trailers – from Bioware’s Anthem to Star Wars: Battlefront II.
  3. Microsoft Xbox One X: Australian Pricing, Specs And Release Date
    Microsoft’s super console finally has a price and a release date – along with a new name. The newly christened, the “Xbox One X” (clunky title) will be out in November – and for once, Aussie gamers aren’t getting slugged with an Australia Tax. Here are the pricing, specification, release date details and other frequently asked questions.
  4. PlayStation E3 2017: Re-Watch Sony’s Full E3 Conference Here!
    Sony’s E3 2017 conference gave an in-depth glimpse of some of its biggest games, including God Of War, Spider-Man, Days Gone, a new Uncharted game and Horizon: Zero Dawn DLC. You can re-watch the entire E3 press conference right here.
  5. The Best Tech Deals From Ebay’s Massive Hump Month Sale [Updated]
    eBay is throwing a huge 30-day sale over the month of June. Up to 80 per cent has been slashed off the price of laptops, TVs, video games, smartphones and loads of other categories. There are over 68,000 products on sale, which is frankly a bit ridiculous.
  6. The Lazy Man’s Guide To Losing Fat And Packing On Muscle
    Like most guys of a certain vintage, I have mixed feelings about my body. Staying lean and not surrendering to the siren’s call of the dreaded ‘Dadbod’ is a key concern. But then so is building and maintaining enough muscle so that I can keep up with the young bucks on the soccer field or in the gym.
  7. Here’s The Fastest Way To Defog Your Car Windshield
    If you’ve ever driven a car that’s parked outside in winter, you’ll know it’s frigid as hell inside your car and the windshield can be totally opaque from all the foggy arse frost. Not cool.
  8. How Much Sex You ‘Should’ Be Having
    For my first column upon returning to Lifehacker, I have masochistically decided to address one of the trickiest questions I get asked as a sex therapist: “How much sex should I be having in my relationship?”
  9. When Are You Getting NBN? Find Out Here
    Building the Fibre to the Curb (FTTC) portion of its network has begun, NBN announced today. Alongside the announcement comes the news that some homes and businesses “will have a revised timeline” on when you can connect. Here’s how to find out when you’ll be getting NBN at your place.
  10. What Is Tinder Select? (And How Do I Get In?)
    If you regularly use Tinder, you’ve doubtlessly heard rumours about Tinder Select. This “secret” version of the popular dating app significantly stacks the match-making in your favour. It also increases the odds of meeting the app’s most desirable members, based on the level of user interest in their profiles.