Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.
Customers face six to nine-month delay as NBN halts HFC rollout [The Age]
Tesla officially delivers world’s largest lithium-ion battery to South Australia [Techly]
Amazon Australia didn’t launch for the Black Friday Sales after all [Finder.com.au]
Amazon Australia soft launch presumably underway, but remains invisible to most [SMH]
YouTube Is Addressing Its Massive Child Exploitation Problem [BuzzFeed]
YouTube Begins Purging “Non-Family Friendly” Content As Advertisers React [Deadline]
FCC releases final proposal to end net neutrality [The Verge]
Net neutrality: why are Americans so worried about it being scrapped? [The Guardian]
Australia sees its first redesigned Apple Store in Melbourne [9to5Mac]
iPhone jailbreaking is pretty much over [The Next Web]
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle engaged, set to marry in UK spring [ABC News]
Partridge Family star David Cassidy dies aged 67 [9News]
New Details On “Justice League” Moustache-Gate [Dark Horizons]
Disney Losing $100M To Setup Hulu Live [Dark Horizons]
“Agents of SHIELD” S5 Extended Opening Online [Dark Horizons]
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