Aussie Banks Build Apple Pay Rival, Trump’s Twitter Takedown & Netflix Drops Kevin Spacey [Episode 222]

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

Show Notes:
ACCC launches inquiry into NBN [SBS News]
Three banks snub Apple with own instant payments app [The Age]
Countdown is on: Amazon Australia closing in on November launch [SMH]
Twitter employee uses last day at work to deactivate Trump’s account [ABC News]
Razer Enters The Smartphone Arena With The Razer Phone [AnandTech]
Australia cockatoos chew billion-dollar broadband [BBC News]
Animoji Karaoke Takes Over Social Media Following iPhone X Launch [MacRumors]
Apple makes more money with services than AirPods, Apple TV, Watch, and iPad sales combined [The Verge]
Netflix boots Kevin Spacey from House of Cards [ABC News]
‘The Orville’ Renewed For Season 2 By Fox [Deadline]
‘Doctor Who’ Magazine Writer Fired After Branding BBC Worldwide ‘C***s’ In Hidden Message [HuffPost UK]
Disney Sets Steep Conditions for Theaters to Show Star Wars: The Last Jedi [IGN]
Why James May was sacked by Autocar. Do we need to spell it out for you? [The Poke]

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