Vodafone Launches NBN Plans, Bitcoin Sets Price Record & Apple MacOS Security Bug [Episode 226]

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

Show Notes:
VOX PIP – 5 of 6 Tech Guests Love iPhone X [Apple Slice]
Metro Tunnel: New train station names revealed [The Age]
ACCC to start broadband monitoring next month [iTnews]
Telstra forecasts $700m hit from NBN HFC freeze [iTnews]
Report: A GST Glitch Caused Amazon Australia’s Launch Day Blues [Lifehacker Australia]
New laws will give Aussies access to their bank, telco, energy data [iTnews]
Uber says 1.2m Aussies compromised in breach [iTnews]
Vodafone launches NBN plans [iTnews]
Facebook rolls out AI to detect suicidal posts before they’re reported [TechCrunch]
Bitcoin crossed $10,000 for the first time [Quartz]
MacOS High Sierra Security Bug Allows Root Login Without a Password, Here’s a Fix [OS X Daily]
Apple rushes out patch for macOS root security hole [iTnews]
Apple Releases iOS 11.2 With Apple Pay Cash, Faster 7.5W Wireless Charging, Date Bug Fix and More [MacRumors]
Jim Nabors, the Cheerful Gomer Pyle on Two TV Series, Dies at 87 [The Hollywood Reporter]
Date Night app sources reality cast [TV Tonight]
Avengers: Infinity War Sets Record as Most Watched Trailer in First 24 Hours [IGN]
‘Stranger Things’ Renewed For Season 3 By Netflix [The Huffington Post Australia]
David Fincher’s ‘Mindhunter’ Renewed For Season 2 By Netflix [Deadline]
Netflix is making a new show based on Sabrina the Teenage Witch [The Verge]

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Amazon Australia Soft Launch, YouTube Child Exploitation & The End Of Net Neutrality [Episode 225]

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

Show Notes:
Customers face six to nine-month delay as NBN halts HFC rollout [The Age]
Tesla officially delivers world’s largest lithium-ion battery to South Australia [Techly]
Amazon Australia didn’t launch for the Black Friday Sales after all [Finder.com.au]
Amazon Australia soft launch presumably underway, but remains invisible to most [SMH]
YouTube Is Addressing Its Massive Child Exploitation Problem [BuzzFeed]
YouTube Begins Purging “Non-Family Friendly” Content As Advertisers React [Deadline]
FCC releases final proposal to end net neutrality [The Verge]
Net neutrality: why are Americans so worried about it being scrapped? [The Guardian]
Australia sees its first redesigned Apple Store in Melbourne [9to5Mac]
iPhone jailbreaking is pretty much over [The Next Web]
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle engaged, set to marry in UK spring [ABC News]
Partridge Family star David Cassidy dies aged 67 [9News]
New Details On “Justice League” Moustache-Gate [Dark Horizons]
Disney Losing $100M To Setup Hulu Live [Dark Horizons]
“Agents of SHIELD” S5 Extended Opening Online [Dark Horizons]

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ABC Data Leak, Apple Delays HomePod & Our Justice League Review [Episode 224]

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

Show Notes:
Ferry McFerryface to be name of new Sydney ferry after public vote [ABC News]
‘I will dump this silly name: Ferry McFerryface becomes a NSW election issue [SMH]
Computer password laws being ‘sneaked’ through SA Parliament, Greens say [ABC News]
ABC exposes sensitive data in S3 bungle [iTnews]
New “Quad9” DNS service blocks malicious domains for everyone [Ars Technica]
EA’s dumb Battlefront 2 reply is the most downvoted comment on Reddit [The Next Web]
Tesla Announces World’s Fastest Production Car and an Electric Semi-Truck [Hamodia]
Federal Court refers Apple and ACCC to mediation over warranty claims [ZDNet]
Apple Says HomePod is Delayed Until Early 2018 [MacRumors]
AC/DC lauds guitarist Malcolm Young, dead at 64 [ABC News]
Princes Harry and William to cameo in new Star Wars movie [ABC News]
ABC to embrace Netflix-style streaming from next year [The Armidale Express]
Justice League (2017) [IMDb]

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Telstra Compensate NBN Customers, Snapchat’s Upcoming Redesign & Foxtel Now Box [Episode 223]

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

Show Notes:
Why Electronic Voting is a BAD Idea [YouTube]
Telstra to compensate 42,000 customers for slow NBN speeds [ABC News]
Australian First: RMIT offering Apple’s Swift coding curriculum [EFTM]
Snapchat launches redesign as growth disappoints Wall Street [Reuters]
Twitter is rolling out 280-character tweets around the world [The Verge]
Facebook’s testing a new method to prevent revenge porn that requires uploading your nudes [TechCrunch]
Several iPhone X Owners Encountering Green Line on Display Due to Potential Hardware Defect [MacRumors]
Is your iPhone X unresponsive in the cold? Apple is working on a fix [Mashable]
The iPhone X’s Face ID can be broken with a 3D printer and a whole lot of time [BGR]
Apple lands Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston drama about TV morning shows [Los Angeles Times]
21st Century Fox has been holding talks to sell most of the company to Disney [CNBC]
Foxtel Now Box: Pricing, Specifications And Release Date [Lifehacker Australia]
Foxtel scuttles own player with sub-par Now streaming box [SMH]
Ten gets STREET SMART in 2018 [Decider TV]

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Aussie Banks Build Apple Pay Rival, Trump’s Twitter Takedown & Netflix Drops Kevin Spacey [Episode 222]

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

Show Notes:
ACCC launches inquiry into NBN [SBS News]
Three banks snub Apple with own instant payments app [The Age]
Countdown is on: Amazon Australia closing in on November launch [SMH]
Twitter employee uses last day at work to deactivate Trump’s account [ABC News]
Razer Enters The Smartphone Arena With The Razer Phone [AnandTech]
Australia cockatoos chew billion-dollar broadband [BBC News]
Animoji Karaoke Takes Over Social Media Following iPhone X Launch [MacRumors]
Apple makes more money with services than AirPods, Apple TV, Watch, and iPad sales combined [The Verge]
Netflix boots Kevin Spacey from House of Cards [ABC News]
‘The Orville’ Renewed For Season 2 By Fox [Deadline]
‘Doctor Who’ Magazine Writer Fired After Branding BBC Worldwide ‘C***s’ In Hidden Message [HuffPost UK]
Disney Sets Steep Conditions for Theaters to Show Star Wars: The Last Jedi [IGN]
Why James May was sacked by Autocar. Do we need to spell it out for you? [The Poke]

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