Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.
Criminals wearing ankle bracelets ‘lost’ during Telstra outage [SBS News]
Federal Court Rules That Telstra’s Unlimited Mobile Ads Are Misleading [Gizmodo Australia]
Farewell myki cards? Trial for app to let you touch on with your phone [The Age]
NBN Co kills 100Mbps on fixed wireless [iTnews]
‘Holier than thou’: Elon Musk goes to war with the media in tweetstorm [SMH]
GDPR: Google and Facebook face up to $9.3 billion in fines on first day of new privacy law [CNET]
Terms of Service; Didn’t Read [ToSDR]
Internal documents reveal Apple knew the iPhone 6 was more likely to bend than previous models [The Verge]
What to expect at Apple’s WWDC 2018 conference [CRN Australia]
US jury awards Apple $539 million in Samsung patent retrial [CNBC]
Marvel-lous: Disney wins naming rights to Melbourne’s Etihad Stadium [The Age]
Is the force fading? Solo: A Star Wars Story sputters at box office [SMH]
Vevo will shutter apps, in order to focus on YouTube [TechCrunch]
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