Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.
Foot traffic down by a million as Fed Square pressures Andrews government on funding [The Age]
Outrage aside, would an Apple store at Fed Square have been so bad? [The Age]
Lyft sued by investors over sinking stock [SFGATE]
Australian Electoral Commission boots online blitz to counter fake news [iTnews]
Electoral Commission spins up cyber ops centre [iTnews]
Federal Court finds ticket reseller Viagogo misled consumers [ABC News]
At the third stroke, there will be … no more dial-up talking clock [SMH]
Samsung’s folding phone breaking after just days, reviewers say [The Age]
Porn sites must age-verify British users starting July 15 [Ars Technica]
Notre Dame: YouTube’s New Fact-Check Tool Attached An Article About 9/11 To Videos Of The Fire [BuzzFeed News]
Facebook says it stored millions of Instagram passwords unencrypted on its servers [Recode]
Apple and Qualcomm Bury the Hatchet; Sign New Patent and Chip Supply Agreements [AnandTech]
Apple Reportedly Plans to Launch Revised 4.7-inch iPhone 8 in March 2020 to Boost Share of Mid-Tier Smartphone Market [MacRumors]
Sony reveals PlayStation 5 details: 8K graphics, ray tracing, SSDs, and PS4 backwards compatibility [The Verge]
The Xbox One S All Digital Edition Has Been Officially Announced [Press Start Australia]
Game of Thrones Season Premiere Pirated 54 million Times in a Day’ [TorrentFreak]
Netflix execs say they’ll finally start releasing viewership data soon [The Verge]
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