Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Good Game: Spawn Point looks for a new host, Tim Cook reckons the iPhone X is cheaper than coffee, hands-on with Star Wars' new augmented-reality game.
- Sydney house prices have continued to fall in early November. [Business Insider]
- Star Wars: Jedi Challenges is a $399 standalone AR machine made in collaboration with Lenovo. Gizmodo explains how it handles. [Gizmodo]
- Applications for Good Game: Spawn Point's new host just opened. [Kotaku]
- Tim Cook: If you can afford a coffee per day, you can afford an iPhone X. [Gizmodo]
- Another day, another Trump blunder. While on a diplomatic visit to Japan, the president of the free world wanted to know why "a country of samurai warriors" weren't prepared to shoot down North Korean missiles. Um, what? [Gizmodo]
- Here are 10 things you'll only understand if you've gone on a sugar detox. [POPSUGAR]
- Providing tech support for a teenage gamer proves challenging when they start to push the limits of your household tech. So what should you but them: a PC or games console? [Gizmodo]