Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.
Australia Just Shut Its National Biometric ID Project Down [Gizmodo Australia]
Optus CEO offers World Cup guarantee after another patchy night [SMH]
SBS to screen World Cup games after Optus fail [SMH]
Diversity at Google hasn’t changed much over the last year [CNET]
A complete 5G standard is finally here [Engadget]
Apple Confirms Plans to Disable Law Enforcement Access to iPhone via Tools Like GrayKey Box [MacRumors]
iPhone 3GS to Go Back On Sale in South Korea [iClarified]
iOS 11.4 brings battery life problems to some iPhone users [Cult of Mac]
AT&T-Time Warner Merger Approved [Variety]
What will Disney and Comcast own if they buy Fox? [The Verge]
Roseanne spin-off all but set as star ‘waives rights’ to characters [The Age]
Kurt Russell Is Going to Be in a Cryptocurrency Movie [CoinDesk]
‘Addicted’ girl, 9, wets herself instead of taking break from Fortnite [Kidspot]
Optus to shut down its dial-up internet service [iTnews]
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