Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.
Elon Musk apologises for calling Thai cave rescuer a ‘pedo’ [The Guardian]
Government left red-faced by health privacy commissioner’s website bungle [The Age]
Personal info of 1.5m SingHealth patients, including PM Lee, stolen in Singapore’s worst cyber attack [The Straits Times]
Australia claims it’s a ‘leader’ in digital government [ZDNet]
European Commission Fines Google €4.3bn For Android Market Dominance Abuses [AnandTech]
Fortnite Has Reportedly Made over $1 Billion from In-Game Purchases [IGN]
Apple’s 2018 MacBook Pro has some serious CPU throttling issues [Mashable]
Apple overhauls design for new Melbourne store after public outcry [ABC News]
Comic-Con 2018 trailers: Aquaman, Shazam, Godzilla and more [CNET]
TEN locks on Pilot Week [TV Tonight]
Em Rusciano slams Ten over announcement of eight new pilot shows [News.com.au]
Movie ticket platform Choovie turns to equity crowdfunding [SMH]
Disney fires Guardians of the Galaxy director for old tweets joking about rape, paedophilia [ABC News]
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