Queensland’s New Digital Strategy, Social Media Pseudonymity & Twitter Testing Tweetstorm Feature [Episode 214]

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

Show Notes:
Queensland government eyes ‘digital by default’ [Computerworld Australia]
Private school directs students to porn in email bungle [The Age]
Telstra announces new Post-Paid and Pre-Paid mobile plans, with bonus Foxtel Now content [Ausdroid]
Twitter built an in-app Tweetstorm feature [Recode]
Publish tweetstorms on the go with Storm It for Android [The Next Web]
Emily van der Nagel [Twitter]
Apple: Everything to expect from this week’s iPhone 8 event [The Telegraph]
Peter Luck, Australian journalist and presenter, dies aged 73 [ABC News]
Love Your Sister founder Connie Johnson dies of cancer surrounded by family [ABC News]
Tears, standing ovation, for last ABC audience at Ripponlea [TV Tonight]

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Telcos Ban 3rd Party Charges, Record Spambot Email Dump & AFL Live Pass Refunds [Episode 213]

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

Show Notes:
Stan retains Showtime titles as CBS buys up TEN [TV Tonight]
How Village Roadshow Plans To Sue Pirates [Kotaku Australia]
Aussie start-up’s Wi-Fi HaLow chips set to unite the internet of things [The Age]
ACCAN pressures Optus to ban third-party charges [iTWire]
Three thousand Bitcoin ATMs to launch across Australia [iTnews]
All The Coolest Stuff That Came Out Of IFA 2017 [Gizmodo Australia]
IFA 2017: All the announcements that matter [Pocket-lint]
Notorious spambot accidentally leaks 700 million email addresses and passwords [BGR]
Inside the Massive 711 Million Record Onliner Spambot Dump [Troy Hunt]
Why Apple’s Sept. 12 iPhone event is its most important in years [Recode]
Apple battling Hollywood over 4K movie prices, report says [CNBC]
Will Leonardo DiCaprio Give the Green Light to Joker Movie? [Variety]
Telstra to provide refunds for AFL Live Pass users [DeciderTV]
How to watch AFL games online in 2017 [The Sizzle]
Vic govt ends Logies backing [TV Tonight]
Squeezed out: widely mocked startup Juicero is shutting down [The Guardian]

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Samsung’s Galaxy Note8 Launch, Android Oreo & CBS Buys Network Ten [Episode 212]

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

Show Notes:
Public to name Melbourne’s five new underground train stations [The Age]
ACCC broadband monitoring scheme has been flooded with applicants [iTnews]
Women in cyber security face persistent barriers, research review confirms [Computerworld Australia]
Healthy Aussie Pirates Set To Face Cash ‘Fines’, Poor & Sick Should Be OK [TorrentFreak]
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 release date, news and features [TechRadar]
Samsung Galaxy Note8: Australian Price & Release Date [Gizmodo Australia]
Android 8.0 ‘Oreo’ ready to roll [iTnews]
Game of Thrones inspires Geelong street names [Domain]
‘iPhone 8’ Could Start at $999 for 64GB Capacity [MacRumors]
Loyalty of iPhone owners likely to overcome iPhone 8 price resistance – survey [9to5mac]
‘iPhone 8’ Said to Come in 64, 256, and 512GB Storage Capacities, All With 3GB of RAM [MacRumors]
‘Black Mirror’ Season 4 Episode Titles, Cast, Teaser Revealed [Variety]
The BBC announces the 100 greatest comedies of all time, and there are some issues [The A.V. Club]
US giant CBS to buy troubled Ten Network, launch potential Netflix rival [ABC News]

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Calls For Killer Robot Ban, Apple’s $1bn Content War Chest & Stan’s First International Original Series [Episode 211]

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

Show Notes:
Technology & Gadget Expo [TGE 2017]
Yet Another Reason Amazon Australia Is Going To Be Huge [Gizmodo Australia]
Vodafone ditches lock-in contracts in massive plan overhaul [CNET Australia]
Big expansion for Australia’s anti-piracy website blocking regime [Computerworld Australia]
Foxtel wins court case to block over 120 piracy sites [ZDNet]
Elon Musk leads 116 experts calling for outright ban of killer robots [The Guardian]
Reddit rolls out its own video platform [TechCrunch]
Amazon Instant Pickup service gives you orders in 2 minutes [Engadget]
Apple Sets Aside ‘$1 Billion War Chest’ for Hollywood Programming [MacRumors]
Amazon Is Spending an Insane Amount of Money to Crush Netflix [Vanity Fair]
Hollywood wants Apple to sell movies within weeks of theater debuts [Cult Of Mac]
Jerry Lewis, Comedy Legend, Dies at 91 [Variety]
Stan Announces First International Stan Original Series “philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams” To Premiere Exclusively On Stan [FilmInk]
Netflix Co-Founder’s Crazy Plan: Pay $10 a Month, Go to the Movies All You Want [Bloomberg]

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Woolworths Double Charge Error, Amazon To Take On Ticketmaster & Netflix Losing Disney [Episode 210]

Phil Edwards and Andy Blume are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek. Special Guest: Jessica Reesby.

Show Notes:
ACT family cops $841 data bill for homework during iiNet outage [Canberra Times]
Man with $191,000 phone bill wins three-year fight with telco [ABC News]
Cuscal glitch sees Woolies shoppers charged twice [iTnews]
Amazon May Take On Ticketmaster With New Event-Ticketing Business [Consumerist]
You may want to hold off buying that Microsoft Surface [Mashable]
Song meant to spoof car audio systems climbs into top 50 on Apple’s iTunes charts [AppleInsider]
#BROLASH: Women in Australian tech are starting to call out men of ‘influence’ for sexist behaviour [Business Insider Australia]
Why Won’t Apple Fix The iPhone’s One Huge Design Flaw? [Fast Co. Design]
Glen Campbell, Rhinestone Cowboy singer and country music icon, dies aged 81 [ABC News]
How Disney Wants to Take On Netflix With Its Own Streaming Services [The New York Times]
Justice League Gets A New End In Reshoots [Dark Horizons]

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