Telstra EFTPOS Outage, Uber Subscription Pass & A Country Practice Returning [Episode 268]

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

Show Notes:
Thousands of Google employees slam execs’ response to sexual misconduct [Ars Technica]
Telstra, ombudsman flag compensation after EFTPOS outage [The Age]
‘Unacceptable’: Telstra outage sees state loses track of more than 770 offenders [The Age]
Cafe of English exam fame to sue education body [The Age]
Uber officially launches $15 monthly subscription ride passes [Mashable]
Uber says it’s ready to start testing self-driving cars again [Mashable]
Apple to offer MacBook Pros with AMD Vega graphics starting in November [Ars Technica]
Why a Helium Leak Disabled Every iPhone in a Medical Facility [Motherboard]
‘The real Super Mario’ dies aged 84 [BBC News]
ABC announces new drama Diary of an Uber Driver [TV Tonight]
Beloved Aussie soap ‘A Country Practice’ is reportedly returning to TV [9Honey Celebrity]
‘The Walking Dead’s Andrew Lincoln to return as Rick Grimes in film series [Mashable]
The Sizzle [Apple Podcasts]
Lady Gaga Is Apparently A Secret Gamer Girl [CinemaBlend]

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Foursquare Predicts Crime, Samsung Sues Brand Ambassador & New Star Trek Animated Series [Episode 267]

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

Show Notes:
Real-time social media location data used to predict crime [iTnews]
NAB, Microsoft collaborate for facial recognition-based ATM [Computerworld Australia]
Google reportedly paid Andy Rubin $90 million after he allegedly coerced sex from employee [The Verge]
Samsung brand ambassador sued for $1.6 million for using iPhone X in public [AppleInsider]
Apple and Samsung fined in Italy for slowing down their phones [The Verge]
Samsung doesn’t slow down phones that have older batteries [SamMobile]
What to Expect at Apple’s October 30th Event: New iPad Pros, Mac Mini, Low-Cost Retina Notebook and More [MacRumors]
Netflix will raise $2 billion to pay for more original content [Engadget]
Star Trek animated comedy series ordered from Rick and Morty writer [Entertainment Weekly]
Upfronts 2019: Seven: New Bevan Lee drama, Ms Fisher cast, new reality [TV Tonight]
Every HBO Sex Scene Will Now Have Required ‘Intimacy’ Supervision [Vulture]

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Are Retweets Endorsements?, Winamp Returns & CBS Picks Up HYBPA [Episode 266]

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

Show Notes:
Lawyers say Uber class action may see it pay ‘hundreds of millions’ [The Age]
Scott Morrison’s website taken over by troll, now plays lewd rock song [The Age]
Australia’s Fair Work Commission to decide whether retweet equals endorsement [The Guardian]
Telstra expects profit to be cut in half after full NBN roll out [ARN]
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen dies of cancer complications at 65 [Reuters]
Winamp returns in 2019 to whip the llama’s ass harder than ever [TechCrunch]
Facebook Admitted That It Was Inflating Video Metrics. Now a Lawsuit Says the Problem Started Much Earlier—and Was Way Worse [Fortune]
Anti-piracy bill takes aim at ‘cyberlockers’, search engines [Computerworld Australia]
Apple sets ‘More in the Making’ event for Oct. 30 [Cult Of Mac]
Apple Customers in the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand Can Download a Copy of Their Data Starting Today [MacRumors]
WarnerMedia To Launch Streaming Service In 2019, Comprising Content From HBO, Warner Bros., More [TubeFilter]
‘Luke Cage’ Becomes Second Marvel Series To Get The Axe From Netflix [Pedestrian.tv]
CBS Studios International To Shop Australian Quiz Format ‘Have You Been Paying Attention?’ Globally [Deadline]
Introducing SoundStudio [NuroSound]
Netflix accused of changing movie posters to match your ethnicity [Fashion Journal]
The Alarming Way Netflix Customizes Itself To Our Tastes [Cracked]
Curiosity Show gets a second chance at life, goes viral on YouTube [ABC News]

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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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