NSW E-Vote Guesstimate, Apple’s iPhone X Event Roundup & Media Law Reform [Episode 215]

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

Show Notes:
Lachlan Murdoch and Bruce Gordon lose court bid to stop sale of Network Ten to CBS [The Guardian]
Voter’s preferences may not have been counted in NSW council elections [ABC News]
Twitter adds more sport, news and entertainment video streaming in Australia [Ausdroid]
Coming October 4: The Google Pixel 2 [Ars Technica]
Roundup: Everything Apple announced today at its iPhone X event [9to5Mac]
Apple touts new ‘Town Square’ retail store concept [ZDNet]
How I survived Apple’s crazy beautiful iPhone X launch event [CNET]
The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus start at $699 and $799, and are available on September 22nd [The Verge]
iPhone X announced with edge-to-edge screen, Face ID, and no home button [The Verge]
Apple Watch Series 3 gains LTE for $399 [Engadget]
Telco plans for the Cellular Apple Watch are pathetic rent seeking garbage [The Sizzle]
The new Apple TV gets a 4K HDR upgrade [TechCrunch]
Harry Dean Stanton, Character Actor Who Became a Star, Dies at 91 [The New York Times]
Government’s bill to relax media ownership laws passes Senate [ABC News]
Fairfax Media tunes into Seven West Media, Nine Entertainment talks on ice [AFR]
Miss Fisher feature turns to crowdfunding [TV Tonight]
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