Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.
Seth Rogen criticises Sony Pictures plan to release ‘clean versions’ of films [The Guardian]
Bat-Signal to light up LA City Hall in tribute to Adam West [ABC7]
ACCC seeks volunteers for broadband speed monitoring [iTnews]
NBN begins FttDP network construction [ZDNet]
It’s Official: The Government Is Switching Off Community TV This Month [Gizmodo Australia]
Amazon is buying Whole Foods for $13.7 billion [Engadget]
Gerry Harvey says Amazon expansion will be slower than expected [SMH]
COVFEFE Act Would Make Presidential Tweets Official Record [Scribblrs]
Seven Things You May Not Know About Pi-hole [Pi-Hole]
Apple CEO Tim Cook finally lifts lid on self-driving car project [The Independent]
The next iPhone will have wireless charging, according to Apple supplier [The Verge]
Channel 10 Is Going Into Voluntary Administration [Gizmodo Australia]
Netflix may be forced to make more Australian shows [SMH]
Seven to launch new catch-up platform [TV Tonight]
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