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Dash cams have become a popular in-car accessory as drivers want to ensure they have evidence to support them in case of a crash, or as a way to capture interesting incidents they're witness to. Catch is offering great deals on dash cams with most under $150 and even some for well under $100. Here's what's on offer.

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Here is your Netflix binge-list for the week, fresh from the Australian servers! This week's noteworthy additions include Suburra Season 2, fresh episodes of Chef's Table, Jupiter Ascending and Paris Is Us.

Read on for everything coming to the service for the week of February 18 to February 24.

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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 Judy Cheung-Wood, founder of SkinB5.

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Have you ever inexplicably forgotten your PIN in front of the ATM? Or drawn a terrifying blank in the middle of an important speech? We bet you regularly type in the wrong website passwords too. Same.

If your memory just plain sucks, there are a host of scientifically proven techniques you can employ to combat your chronic forgetfulness. Here are seven of the best, with extra tips that will help to make this newfound knowledge stick.

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Mobile World Congress is just around the corner, which means a swathe of new smartphones are about to hit the market. This is causing the street price of current phone models to drop significantly, with some flagships slashed by over $1000!

Here are five options you should be considering - along with tips on where to buy.

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Lifehacker Coupons is a new deals page curated for hardcore bargain hunters. There are currently over 10000 deals available, with more appearing every day. This week's best deals include: 40% off at eBay, half-price hotels at Hotels.com, 55% off Chemist Warehouse vitamins and cheap Lite n Easy meal packages!

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There’s nothing more sobering than travelling with a friend for the first time. You very quickly learn their travel “quirks” like they hate walking too much or their teeth grind when they sleep (I’m not saying I know someone who does this, but I’m also not not saying that).

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There was a time when encryption was only important for governments and big business. But as more and more of our data has shifted from physical to digital, the need to protect everything we create, store and share has become increasingly important. So, how do you protect the data you store?

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Samsung is about to unveil its new flagship handset: the Galaxy S10. Usually, that's a signal for Samsung fans to open their wallets, prime their credit cards and check eBay for how much they can get from their old handset. But 2019 is different.

The expected arrival of a new folding phone, codenamed the Galaxy X, gives Samsung's fans reason to keep their powder dry. So, which handset should you buy - the Galaxy S10 or foldable Samsung Galaxy X?

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Studio Ghibli films have been a touchstone in my life for years. They're artistic masterpieces, featuring a stunning attention to detail. The films defy stereotypes -- they feature female protagonists with great depth, male leads with striking vulnerability, and unforgettable background characters.

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We spend a lot of energy looking for shortcuts to save time, and sure, those shortcuts add up. But when I look back, my biggest time regrets aren't spending too much time on Twitter or mismanaging my daily tasks. Those are bad habits, but there are bigger, more systematic time wasters that have really gotten in the way. Fixing these will free up a massive amount of time and energy.