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Netflix has an axe to grind. Over the next few months, the streaming giant will be cancelling over 20 Netflix Originals, including tent-pole releases like Marvel's Luke Cage and Orange Is The New Black. We have the full list of casualties. Brace yourself - there's a high chance one of your favourites might be on the list.

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This week is Asexual Awareness Week, something sorely needed even as awareness of trans, homosexual and bisexual experiences creeps into the mainstream. Despite all coming under the LGBTQIA+ umbrella (note the A right at the end there) asexuality is its own separate thing from the rest. Someone can be for example, trans, bisexual and asexual all at the same time. It covers a huge amount of ground, which is why it's so important that more people understand what asexuality is (and isn't).

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Elevator Pitch is a regular feature on Lifehacker where we profile startups and new companies and pick their brains for entrepreneurial advice. This week, we're talking with Eugenio Pace, CEO and Founder of Auth0.

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While the big flagship smartphones keep getting more and more expensive, something completely different is happening down the budget end of the range: they're getting so much better. Here are a selection of phones that'll give you everything you need in a smartphone, all for less than $400.

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The key to maxing out the return on investment (ROI) from your gym session lies in stripping out anything superfluous. You should focus on five exercises, sometimes known as the 'Big 5'. Nothing else.

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Free-to-air TV is under attack. Streaming services, YouTube, and easy, unlicensed access to content over the internet have all given traditional broadcasters a massive kick in the butt.

But I wonder if in a a few year's time we'll see that bygone era as the good old days as the media landscape fractures. For starters, it now costs us more to sit at home and watch TV.

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Non-smokers can no longer smugly lord their decreased mortality over smokers, unless they also have a high level of cardiovascular fitness. A new study has revealed that a sedentary lifestyle could be the most deadly way you could possibly live, even more so than smokers or those with diabetes.

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Apple has sent out fancy invitations to media for an event, to be held in Brooklyn, New York next week. With the dust barely settled on its recent iPhone event (the third phone that was announced, the iPhone XR, is hitting the stores this week) Apple's "There's more in the making" event is expected to delver new iPad Pro devices and possibly some new Macs. Here's what I think we'll be seeing.

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If, as predicted, the Morrison government loses the Wentworth byelection, it will have a minority on the floor of the lower house. Although the Coalition would have 75 members and the non-government parties and independents would have 75 members, the Coalition supplies the Speaker (who only votes when a vote is tied). This would leave the Coalition with 74 on the floor of the house, with the possibility of 75 votes opposing it.

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With the weather warming up towards summer, snake season is also descending upon us. For those with inquisitive puppies or outdoor cats this can be an extra source of anxiety beyond just worrying about our own wellbeing - so do you know what to do if your pet is bitten by a snake?

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Samsung is planning to revolutionise the smartphone industry - and notched displays could be first on the chopping block. The company recently unveiled a cavalcade of new technologies in development, including "under-screen" sensors and cameras. Yes, cameras. This changes everything.