Canberra Drone Delivery Service, Uber IPO & Disney+ Streaming Service [Episode 285]

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

Show Notes:
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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