Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.
Twitter has a new timeline for you — if you want it [CNET]
ACCC to pursue Apple for bricking iPhones [CRN]
Telstra outage: manager connecting customers to faulty node in ’embarrassing error’ [SMH]
Telstra gave users a free data day, so they downloaded 1,841 terabytes [ABC News]
Dallas Buyers Club Throws In The Towel On iiNet Piracy Case [Gizmodo Australia]
What Are Gravitational Waves And Why Do They Matter? [Australian Popular Science]
Wired Is Launching an Ad-Free Website to Appease Ad Blockers [Bloomberg]
MySpace: site that once could have bought Facebook acquired by Time Inc [The Guardian]
Ten tips to declutter your digital life [SMH]
Lawrence Mooney harasses ‘deadshit’ female journalist for Adelaide Fringe review [SMH]
Setting the date to 1 January 1970 will brick your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch [The Guardian]
Dr. Dre Filming Apple’s First Scripted Television Series [The Hollywood Reporter]
U.S. Apple Stores offer machine-applied protectors for iPhone [Cult Of Mac]
Box Office: ‘Deadpool’ Makes History With $135M Weekend, Colossal $150M Holiday [The Hollywood Reporter]
Disney plots Australian SVOD service [SMH]
Another streaming service hits Australia: hayu launches in March [EFTM]
Humphrey B. Bear up for sale [TV Tonight]
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