eSmart Digital Licence, Jeff Bezos vs. National Enquirer & Spotify’s Podcast Purchases [Episode 276]
Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.
Modern myki miracle: Android users give thumbs up to mobile payment trial [The Age]
ACCC puts blame for slow NBN speed squarely on FTTN [iTnews]
Broadband performance data [ACCC]
‘Sensible’ Labor would bring cheaper NBN to telcos and customers [The Age]
ACCAN: Low-income Australians cannot afford NBN [ZDNet]
Optus cops $10m fine for misleading customers over digital purchases [The Age]
Australian government offers AU$10m in grants for children’s online safety [ZDNet]
CBA plugs 500,000 customers into Apple Pay in just two weeks [iTnews]
Why Jeff Bezos Launched a Dick-Pic Blog War on the ‘National Enquirer’ [GQ]
Apple tells app developers to disclose or remove screen recording code [TechCrunch]
Researcher finds macOS bug but won’t share details with Apple [Engadget]
Albert Finney, Oscar-Nominated Star of Murder on the Orient Express, Tom Jones, Dies at 82 [Vanity Fair]
Spotify buys podcast firms Gimlet and Anchor [The Guardian]
Kayo has 100,000 paying subscribers [TV Tonight]
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