Foursquare Predicts Crime, Samsung Sues Brand Ambassador & New Star Trek Animated Series [Episode 267]

Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.

Show Notes:
Real-time social media location data used to predict crime [iTnews]
NAB, Microsoft collaborate for facial recognition-based ATM [Computerworld Australia]
Google reportedly paid Andy Rubin $90 million after he allegedly coerced sex from employee [The Verge]
Samsung brand ambassador sued for $1.6 million for using iPhone X in public [AppleInsider]
Apple and Samsung fined in Italy for slowing down their phones [The Verge]
Samsung doesn’t slow down phones that have older batteries [SamMobile]
What to Expect at Apple’s October 30th Event: New iPad Pros, Mac Mini, Low-Cost Retina Notebook and More [MacRumors]
Netflix will raise $2 billion to pay for more original content [Engadget]
Star Trek animated comedy series ordered from Rick and Morty writer [Entertainment Weekly]
Upfronts 2019: Seven: New Bevan Lee drama, Ms Fisher cast, new reality [TV Tonight]
Every HBO Sex Scene Will Now Have Required ‘Intimacy’ Supervision [Vulture]

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