Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.
Adelaide O-Bahn [YouTube]
Amazon impact on retailers will focus on costs [SMH]
NBN customer anger inspires official review [News.com.au]
Vodafone chooses NBN modem with backup 4G for NBN outages [ZDNet]
Tech employees get voluntarily microchipped at ‘chip party’ [ABC News]
Twitter tests a $99 monthly automatic Tweet promotion service [TechCrunch]
A $99 ‘subscription’ will be the beginning of the end for Twitter [Mashable]
HomePod firmware seemingly confirms iPhone 8 front design & support for ‘Face ID’ [9to5Mac]
HomePod Firmware Possibly Reveals Apple Watch With LTE and 4K Apple TV With HDR10 and Dolby Vision [MacRumors]
Apple services offset sales drops [The Australian]
After ‘Baby Driver’, iPod Sales On eBay Went Up By 929% [Gizmodo Australia]
News Corp’s Handmaid’s fail is SBS’s gain as boss hits back at ‘bunch of sooks’ [The Guardian]
HBO Hacked: Upcoming Episodes, ‘Game of Thrones’ Data Leaked Online [Entertainment Weekly]
Will Ferrell and Jungle team up for ‘No Activity’ US remake [IF]
TWL #9: The Secret Anti-Counterfeit Symbol [YouTube]
Anna Faris and Chris Pratt to Separate [Vanity Fair]
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