Australian Encryption Bill Criticism, Google+ Shutting Down & Nine Beef Up 9Now [Episode 265]

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

Show Notes:
Border agents can demand access to your phone — here’s what to say if it happens to you [ABC News]
Microsoft fixes Window 10 file deletion issue [iTnews]
Encryption bill hits tech exports [InnovationAus]
The Assistance and Access Bill 2018 [Australian Department of Home Affairs]
Senate inquiry signs off My Health Record’s new private parts [iTnews]
Google is shutting down Google+ for consumers following security lapse [The Verge]
The breach that killed Google+ wasn’t a breach at all [The Verge]
Google Pixel 3 event: All the announcements that matter [Pocket-lint]
Apple Will Reportedly Make Original Video Programming Free For All Device Owners [Tubefilter]
Apple wants to corner the market on squeaky-clean TV shows [Cult of Mac]
Man Wearing Apple Maps Backpack Surveying San Francisco on Foot [MacRumors]
Apple Discontinues Lightning to 30-Pin Adapter [MacRumors]
James Gunn is planning a ‘completely fresh take’ on Suicide Squad 2 [NME]
Netflix Knocks Out ‘Marvel’s Iron Fist’, No Season 3 For Martial Arts Series [Deadline]
Nine taking 9NOW to the next level [Decider TV]
Costco Considered Free SVOD Service for Executive Members [Media Play News]

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China’s Spy Chip, Windows Update Deleting Files & TEN Brand Refresh [Episode 264]

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

Show Notes:
‘Dolly’s Law’ Could See Cyberbullies Jailed For Five Years [4KQ]
Lots Of Big Australian Companies Are Lining Up To Tear Down Peter Dutton’s Anti-Encryption Laws [BuzzFeed News]
Aussie Broadband sets $55 floor for NBN internet charges [iTnews]
China planted chips in Apple and Amazon servers, report claims [The Guardian]
Microsoft pulled the Windows 10 update that has been deleting files [Engadget]
Apple’s New Proprietary Software Locks Will Kill Independent Repair on New MacBook Pros [Motherboard]
Some iPhone XS and XS Max devices are experiencing charging issues [The Verge]
Apple Adds More Than 30 Worldwide Companies to Business Chat [MacStories]
The Rise of Netflix Competitors Has Pushed Consumers Back Toward Piracy [Motherboard]
TEN to refresh logo, ELEVEN, ONE tipped for new names [TV Tonight]

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ACCC Scam Ad Warning, Instagram Founders Leave Facebook & Fox Delays Marvel Movies [Episode 263]

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

Show Notes:
PEXA Introduces Multi-Factor Authentication but More Guidance Needed [Iron Bastion]
Milne resigns as ABC chairman over Guthrie sacking fallout [ABC News]
‘Tech giants must do more’: ACCC slams Facebook, Google for fake ads [The Age]
Telstra refunds $9.3 million to customers stung by third-party billing [iTnews]
Facebook hacker stole login information for 50 million accounts [The Verge]
Instagram’s co-founders are leaving Facebook [The Next Web]
SiriusXM to acquire Pandora in US$3.5 billion deal [Radio Today]
Aussie teen avoids jail over Apple hack [iTnews]
macOS 10.14 Mojave release date, news and features [TechRadar]
John Cunliffe, Postman Pat author, dies at age 85 [ABC News]
Attenborough wants more arts on BBC [BBC News]
Fox Delays “Phoenix,” “Gambit,” “Alita” By Months [Dark Horizons]
Unsane (2018) [IMDB]

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Metro Trains Using Drones, Amazon Hardware Event 2018 & ABC Boss Sacked [Episode 262]

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

Show Notes:
MHR: A million people opt out [InnovationAus]
Anger as outages hit Optus customers across the country [The Age]
Metro turns up heat on paint-can vandals with thermal-imaging drones [The Age]
ANZ kicks off smartphone and wearable-based cash withdrawals at ATMs [ZDNet]
The 14 biggest announcements from Amazon’s surprise hardware event [The Verge]
AirPower referenced in iPhone XS packaging, iOS 12.1 code shows continuing development [9to5Mac]
Huawei gave out free power banks to those queuing for iPhones at Orchard with ‘You’ll need it’ message [Mothership]
Sony is launching a PlayStation Classic console this December loaded with 20 games [The Verge]
‘Star Wars’ fans applaud movie release slowdown [Reuters]
Jordan Peele to host and narrate Twilight Zone revival [Digital Spy]
Michelle Guthrie exits as ABC boss [TV Tonight]
‘Devastated’: Sacked ABC boss Michelle Guthrie threatens to sue over ‘unjustified’ termination [The Age]

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The EU’s “Meme Ban”, iPhone 2018 Event Roundup & Twitter Expands Video Content [Episode 261]

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

Show Notes:
My Uber rating shows I am a much better person than you [The Age]
ACCC puts telcos on notice over false advertising [CIO Australia]
Govts agree to unite on digital ID, data [iTnews]
EU votes to adopt copyright law that could ban memes and ‘destroy the internet’ [Metro]
Amazon is investigating claims that employees deleted reviews and sold sales data to sellers [The Verge]
Microsoft apparently won’t derail your Firefox or Chrome installation anymore with a dialog box that promotes Edge [CNET]
Apple 2018 Keynote Roundup [Apple Magazine]
Twitter announces over 50 new premium content deals in Asia-Pacific region [Ausdroid]
CBS To Take On Netflix With ‘Ten All Access’ In December [ChannelNews]
Conan O’Brien’s complete late-night TV archive will be posted online in January [ArsTechnica]
Hey Hey video vault opens for the fans [TV Tonight]

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