Australian Driverless Car Guidelines, Google Tracking Offline Shopping & TV Screens Still Dominates Viewing [Episode 199]

Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.

Show Notes:
The ACCC Allows ‘NBN Tax’ To Be Passed On To Customers [Gizmodo Australia]
Number of homes in NBN limbo balloons [iTnews]
More FTTC in the works, NBN boss says [Computerworld Australia]
Australia gets national guidelines for driverless car trials [Computerworld Australia]
Google starts tracking offline shopping — what you buy at stores in person [Los Angeles Times]
Facebook signs BuzzFeed, Vox, others for original video shows [SMH]
Xbox game subscription service launches June 1 [Polygon]
Apple and Nokia have settled their patent dispute [The Verge]
New study finds Apple Watch to be most accurate at measuring heart rate, calorie tracking subpar [9to5Mac]
New ‘Wemo Bridge’ Will Bring HomeKit Support to Belkin’s Wemo Line This Fall [MacRumors]
James Bond actor Roger Moore dies aged 89 [ABC News]
Almost every adult still watches TV the old-fashioned way [Engadget]
Universal Announces “Dark Universe” Plans [Dark Horizons]

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