The Elgin Rectangle, Uber CEO Resigns & Netflix Launches Interactive TV Shows [Episode 203]

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

Show Notes:
GST on imported services and digital products [ATO]
Victoria Police cancel hundreds of speeding fines after WannaCry virus attack [The Age]
Victoria Police to Withdraw 8000 Traffic Tickets After Roadside Cameras Infected with WannaCry Virus [Yahoo News UK]
Telstra withdraws support for broadband tax [iTnews]
TPG savages broadband tax as band-aid for ‘broken’ NBN [iTnews]
The Elgin rectangle: why couldn’t people lock their cars in Carlton? [The Age]
Uber Founder Travis Kalanick Resigns as C.E.O. [The New York Times]
How Apple handles leaks, according to a leaked internal briefing [TechRadar]
CarPlay in iOS 11: Lane guidance, interface tweaks, and more [9to5Mac]
Do Not Disturb While Driving feature rolls out in Apple’s newest iOS 11 beta [TechCrunch]
Netflix launches “choose your own adventure” TV shows [Salon]
Ron Howard Talks Taking Over The Han Solo Movie [Empire]
The fired Han Solo directors believed they were hired to ‘make a comedy’ [Business Insider Australia]
Triple M launching first national drive show with radio royalty [The Age]

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