Microsoft’s Chromium Edge, Google Stadia & 14M Aussies Pay For SVOD [Episode 282]

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

Show Notes:
Apple Music [Google Play]
Melbourne commuters to use their phones as a Myki, but only if they’re on Android [ABC News]
Telstra, Optus and Vodafone temporarily block websites after Christchurch attack [iTnews]
TPG’s Teoh ‘disappointed’ with merger decision delay [The Age]
Google unveils Stadia cloud gaming service, launches in 2019 [The Verge]
Microsoft’s new Chromium Edge browser leaked online [The Verge]
Scooti, the Uber for scooters, has pulled up in Melbourne [Yahoo Finance Australia]
Hardware meets software: Bunnings starts move into online shopping [SMH]
Myer to stop selling Apple products [The Age]
Here’s everything Apple announced this week from AirPods to iMacs [AppleInsider]
Special Event With Humorous ‘Live Stream’ of Steve Jobs Theater [MacRumors]
WSJ details how Tim Cook steered Apple towards Services since 2014, confirms $9.99/mo each for Starz/Showtime/HBO TV and News [9to5 Mac]
Marvel To Sell Off Netflix Show Costumes & Props [Dark Horizons]
Report: 11m Netflix subscribers, 2.6m for Stan [TV Tonight]
Disney Closes $71 Billion 21st Century Fox Deal [Variety]
The Walt Disney Company [Disney]

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