Amazon Buys Whole Foods, The COVFEFE Act & Goodbye Channel Ten? [Episode 202]

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

Show Notes:
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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