Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: seven "healthy" breakfasts that are actually bad for you, the most impressive things Tesla's cars can do in Autopilot, Intel's never ending Spectre saga.
- Here's what we know about Matt Comyn, the 42-year-old insider just named CEO of Australia's biggest bank. [Business Insider]
- In 1982, video game whizkid Todd Rogers supposedly set a world record in the Atari 2600 racing game Dragster. 35 years later, his score has been expunged from the record books for cheating. [Kotaku]
- 11 things successful people do in the first 3 months at a new job. [Business Insider]
- It's been nearly a month since The Register first revealed that every single major processor in devices today is subject to a series of harrowing security vulnerabilities known as Spectre and Meltdown. For chip maker Intel, things are only getting worse. [Gizmodo]
- A healthy breakfast that will help you lose weight needs to offer protein, fibre, and healthy fats. Here are seven seemingly "good" breakfasts that are actually bad for you. [POPSUGAR]
- Here are the most impressive things Tesla's cars can do in Autopilot. [Business Insider]
- Here's a Tesla all-electric semi truck in the wild. [Gizmodo]