Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.
Telstra, TPG, Vocus and Optus say they aren’t an NBN bottleneck [iTnews]
Optus sets $85 a month as its new entry-level NBN price [iTnews]
Labor’s NBN policy headlined by in-home wiring upgrades but no fibre ‘quick fix’ [ABC News]
Labor’s NBN Plan [Australian Labor Party]
Wing launches commercial drone delivery service in Canberra, Australia [VentureBeat]
Uber kicks off its bid to become a public company [The Verge]
Tesla’s Model 3 pricing shenanigans are getting ridiculous [Mashable]
First ever black hole image released [BBC News]
It looks like Apple is about to break up iTunes [The Verge]
Apple Podcasts now supports web playback, episode pages, more [9To5Mac]
Watch the first ‘Star Wars: Episode 9’ trailer here [Engadget]
Star Wars movies will go on hiatus after ‘Episode IX,’ and not a moment too soon [Mashable]
Disney+ will be available on November 12th for $6.99 a month [The Verge]
News Corp approaches Nine about Stan partnership [SMH]
The Simpsons will stream exclusively on Disney+ [The Verge]
After a bloody decade, and almost a billion dollars, winter is here [SMH]
Netflix isn’t killing movie theaters: Viewers who stream more also go to cinemas more [CNBC]
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