Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.
Data-retention legislation sending Australians into the arms of VPN providers [ZDNet]
Melbourne Man Says Powerwall 2 Will Drop His Power Bill To $0 [Gizmodo Australia]
Australia to get Dropbox proxy server to boost performance [Computerworld Australia]
Kogan to on-sell Vodafone’s NBN services [iTnews]
Turnbull govt wants to force companies to break encryption [iTnews]
Microsoft’s Xbox One X price will start at $499 [The Verge]
The Xbox One X Will Cost $649 In Australia [Kotaku Australia]
Everything Apple announced at WWDC: iOS 11, iMac Pro, HomePod, and more [VentureBeat]
Apple Releases Wireless Magic Keyboard With Numeric Keypad [MacRumors]
Apple will now let hobbyists build their own HomeKit devices [The Verge]
Apple brings iMessage to iCloud [The Verge]
Adam West, TV’s ‘Batman,’ Dies at 88 [Variety]
Foxtel relaunches its streaming TV services ahead of Game Of Thrones launch [Decider TV]
Why Foxtel Now crushes Netflix, Stan and Amazon Prime Video [News.com.au]
Foxtel Now: Is Foxtel’s New Streaming Service Worth The Money? [Lifehacker Australia]
Seth Rogen criticises Sony Pictures plan to release ‘clean versions’ of films [The Guardian]
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