Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.
Man who implanted Opal travel card chip has conviction overturned [The Guardian]
Optus hands rest of World Cup group matches to SBS after streaming debacle [ABC News]
Roseanne spin-off confirmed [TV Tonight]
Medical appointment booking app HealthEngine sharing clients’ personal information with lawyers [ABC News]
Amazon Prime customers in Australia to be hit with two-day delivery times [The Age]
Telstra to split, cut $1b and 8000 jobs [AFR]
Instagram Announces IGTV, An Entertainment Hub With Hour-Long Videos And Content From Social Stars [Tubefilter]
Apple fined $9 million as Federal Court finds repairs policy breached Australian Consumer Law [CRN]
Apple’s AirPower charging mat rumored to ship in September following “technical hurdles” [The Verge]
Blues Brothers guitarist Matt ‘Guitar’ Murphy dead at 88 [Entertainment Weekly]
Koko, the gorilla who knew sign language, dies at 46 [SMH]
Oprah Winfrey, Apple Ink Multi-Year Development Deal [Tubefilter]
Critic’s Notebook: The Clock Is Ticking on Apple Buying a Content Company [The Hollywood Reporter]
Melbourne is getting a bronze Molly Meldrum statue [The Industry Observer]
OPPO’s R15 Pro Bali Bundle takes aim at the high priced flagship phones [EFTM]
ING launches new ‘set-and-forget’ savings feature [Canstar]
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