Telstra EFTPOS Outage, Uber Subscription Pass & A Country Practice Returning [Episode 268]

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

Show Notes:
Thousands of Google employees slam execs’ response to sexual misconduct [Ars Technica]
Telstra, ombudsman flag compensation after EFTPOS outage [The Age]
‘Unacceptable’: Telstra outage sees state loses track of more than 770 offenders [The Age]
Cafe of English exam fame to sue education body [The Age]
Uber officially launches $15 monthly subscription ride passes [Mashable]
Uber says it’s ready to start testing self-driving cars again [Mashable]
Apple to offer MacBook Pros with AMD Vega graphics starting in November [Ars Technica]
Why a Helium Leak Disabled Every iPhone in a Medical Facility [Motherboard]
‘The real Super Mario’ dies aged 84 [BBC News]
ABC announces new drama Diary of an Uber Driver [TV Tonight]
Beloved Aussie soap ‘A Country Practice’ is reportedly returning to TV [9Honey Celebrity]
‘The Walking Dead’s Andrew Lincoln to return as Rick Grimes in film series [Mashable]
The Sizzle [Apple Podcasts]
Lady Gaga Is Apparently A Secret Gamer Girl [CinemaBlend]

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