Jaycar Concept Store, WWDC 2019 Roundup & X-Men: Dark Phoenix Flops [Episode 293]

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

Show Notes:
Australia targets cryptocurrencies in international tax crackdown [The Age]
Uber Australia drivers not employees, ombudsman rules [iTnews]
Jaycar Electronics to open first concept store [Appliance Retailer]
This week’s top stories: Everything Apple announced at WWDC 2019 and more [9to5Mac]
iOS 13: Just Announced [MacRumors]
macOS Catalina: Just Announced, Coming This Fall [MacRumors]
Roundup: First-Look Impressions of the New Mac Pro [MacRumors]
The five most exciting developments from Apple WWDC [SMH]
Apple puts accessibility features front and center [TechCrunch]
A new Microsoft Flight Simulator is on the way [The Verge]
Google Stadia release date, pricing, games, subscriptions detailed [Stevivor]
Xbox beauty products waft into supermarkets [CRN]
‘Dark Phoenix’ has the worst opening in X-Men history [The Express Tribune]
Star Wars trolls to blame for Solo’s box-office failure, says Ron Howard [The Guardian]
Nine Denies Tech Giants Threaten TV Sports Rights [Channel News]

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