Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.
Village Has $15 Movie Tickets Now [Gizmodo Australia]
My Health Record opt-out formally extended [iTnews]
Australia gets its first National Data Commissioner [iTnews]
Vodafone drops NBN prices in ‘aggressive’ push for customers [The Age]
People going it alone for faster NBN are also paying for their neighbours [ABC News]
Samsung Announces The Galaxy Note 9: 4000mAh And New S-Pen [AnandTech]
Samsung goes after Apple and iPhone X again with two more ‘Ingenious’ ads [AppleInsider]
Samsung teases their Bixby powered smart speaker: Galaxy Home [Ausdroid]
Samsung Galaxy Watch with LTE and built-in ‘wellness’ features is now official – and coming to Australia [Ausdroid]
Spotify tests skippable ads for free listeners in Australia [AppleInsider]
Microsoft’s undersea data center now has a webcam with fish swimming past 27.6 petabytes of data [The Verge]
Apple wants iPhone to be proof of identity and replace passports [AppleInsider]
CBS All Access confirmed for Australia, to launch in 2018 [Stevivor]
Marvel Wants James Gunn Back and Is Trying to Persuade Disney to Rehire Him on ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’ [IndieWire]
James Gunn in Demand for Major Studio Movies After Disney Firing [The Hollywood Reporter]
Family Guy Movie in Development, Mixes Animation with Live-Action [Screen Rant]
Apple Orders Charlie Day, Rob McElhenney Comedy Straight to Series [Variety]
With Home Max, Google takes the fight to Sonos [SMH]
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