Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.
Telstra’s 4G network goes down again [iTnews]
Sydney Trains weighs carriages to estimate crowds [iTnews]
A spam filter for Twitter? ‘Disruptive’ tweets to be hidden from view [ABC News]
Google launches YouTube Music – app and streaming service to take on Spotify [EFTM]
After Credits [Whats After The Credits?]
Apple rumored to introduce HomePod Mini following weak sales [PC World Australia]
How to delete the ‘mshelper’ malware from macOS [AppleInsider]
Superman actress Margot Kidder dies aged 69 [ABC News]
‘Designated Survivor’: Netflix Eyes Thriller Drama Series After ABC Cancellation [Deadline]
CBS, ABC, FOX, CW New Show Promos [Dark Horizons]
“Deadpool 2” Scores $300M Worldwide [Dark Horizons]
Netflix Content Chief Says 85% of New Spending Is on Originals [Variety]
Telstra warns users off cheap SIMs [iTnews]
The backlash that never happened: New data shows people actually increased their Facebook usage after the Cambridge Analytica scandal [Business Insider Australia]
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