Malcolm Turnbull’s NBN Connection, Vero Backlash & The 2018 Oscar Winners [Episode 233]

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

Show Notes:
Ferry McFerryface crashes into Balmain wharf [SMH]
‘Ferry McFerryface’ Didn’t Even Come Close To Winning The Ferry Naming Comp [Pedestrian.tv]
Didn’t get that broadband speed you were promised? That could soon be illegal [ABC News]
Turnbull is on the fastest NBN plan (the one he said you don’t need) [CNET Australia]
Amazon buys smart doorbell maker Ring for a reported $1 billion [CNBC]
Google tiff brings an end to Amazon selling Nest products [Engadget]
As Vero Blows Up, Backlash Builds Against Social App’s ‘Shady’ Founder [The Daily Beast]
Apple confirms it runs iCloud on Google’s cloud, and you shouldn’t be surprised [The Next Web]
New Apple patent imagines an OLED screen as a keyboard for MacBooks [The Verge]
Apple may launch 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus in 2018 [Cult of Mac]
David Ogden Stiers, Major Winchester on ‘M*A*S*H,’ Dies at 75 [The New York Times]
The 2018 Oscar Winners [Dark Horizons]
Australians under 40 continue to switch off TV [Inside Film Magazine]
Spotify Files to Go Public on the New York Stock Exchange [The New York Times]

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