Yes Campaign Text Slammed, London’s Uber Ban & Is Political Correctness The Death Of Comedy? [Episode 216]

Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek. Special Guest: Emily van der Nagel.

Show Notes:
Unease at controversial text messaging for ‘yes’ vote [Brisbane Times]
CBA signs up to Android Pay [iTnews]
Google/HTC deal is official, Google to acquire part of HTC’s smartphone team [Ars Technica]
Uber stripped of London licence due to lack of corporate responsibility [The Guardian]
Apple TV 4K Reviews: Expensive But With Cheaper 4K Movies, Some Limitations Like 1080p YouTube [MacRumors]
Apple Watch 3 Review Roundup: What the Heck Happened? [Tom’s Guide]
iPhone 8/Plus review roundup: A solid upgrade, but overshadowed by the iPhone X [9to5Mac]
The Release Of The New iPhone Has Attracted Lines Of Sweet Fuck All [Pedestrian.tv]
All the Features You Need to Know About in iOS 11 [Lifehacker]
Bernie Casey: NFL star and actor dies at 78 [BBC News]
‘Stupidly politically correct society is the death of comedy’, warns veteran comedian Mel Brooks [The Telegraph]
7plus to replace PLUS7 [TV Tonight]

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