Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.
Woman loses $46,000 in iTunes gift card scam [The Age]
Adelaide test-run for audible road safety alerts [ABC News]
Tesla Model 3 production specs revealed: up to 310 miles range, 140 mph top speed, and more [Electrek.co]
Adobe finally kills Flash [TechRadar]
Microsoft Paint to be killed off after 32 years [The Guardian]
Baby Driver’s opening car chase, mapped [YouTube]
Apple Discontinues iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle [MacRumors]
Apple and Cochlear team up to roll out the first implant made for the iPhone [TechCrunch]
Veteran soccer broadcaster Les Murray dead at 71 [SMH]
Netflix Takes Out New Line of Credit for Up to $750 Million [Variety]
Australia’s Newest Reality TV Show Wants You To Become A Pro Gamer [Pedestrian.tv]
Netflix Orders Matt Groening Animated Comedy ‘Disenchantment’ [Variety]
Pope Joan bans cash after three robberies [The Age]
Not dreamin’: The Kerrigans home from The Castle sells for $40,000 at auction [Domain]
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