Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.
Millions of customers’ data accessed in second Toyota hack [iTnews]
New laws could see social media bosses jailed for failing to combat terrorist content in wake of Christchurch shootings [ABC News]
NBN Co makes final move to kill off 12Mbps broadband plans [iTnews]
50% of new cars to be electric vehicles by 2030 under Labor climate change policy [The Guardian]
Lyft Valued at $22.4 Billion After Rising in Trading Debut [Bloomberg]
Women-only ride-sharing startup Shebah bags $3 million in biggest-ever equity-crowdfunding raise [SmartCompany]
Apple cancels AirPower product, citing inability to meet its high standards for hardware [TechCrunch]
Apple Announces Apple News+ $9.99 a Month Subscription Service With Access to Over 300 Publications [MacRumors]
Thoughts on Apple’s News+, Card, Arcade, and TV+ event — something for everyone [9to5Mac]
Apple Arcade: Details On The New Game Subscription Service [GameSpot]
Goldman Sachs says it is ‘exploring international opportunities’ to launch Apple Card outside the US in the future [9to5Mac]
Vale: Geoff Harvey [TV Tonight]
YouTube cancels premium original shows ahead of Apple’s streaming service event [Mashable]
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