PageUp Data Breach, WWDC 2018 Roundup & Stan Hits 1M Subscribers [Episode 247]

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

Show Notes:
AirPods to get Live Listen feature in iOS 12 [TechCrunch]
Xbox at E3 2018: 9 biggest and best announcements [Polygon]
GitHub Is Microsoft’s $7.5 Billion Undo Button [Bloomberg Businessweek]
Tech giants to be targeted by anti-terror laws to help police access encrypted data [ABC News]
Malware hits HR software firm PageUp with possible data compromise [ZDNet]
PageUp breach scare prompts class action prospects [ARN]
PageUp data breach: What to do if you fear your personal details may have been compromised [ABC News]
The Internet Reacts To NBN CEO Blaming Gamers For Congestion [Kotaku Australia]
Fortnite or Netflix: which should NBN Co be more concerned about? [ABC News]
Victorian couple quoted up to $1.2m to connect to NBN Co’s fibre service [ABC News]
Microsoft sinks a data center off the Scottish coast [The Verge]
Apple WWDC 2018: what’s new? All the announcements from the keynote [TechRadar]
Anthony Bourdain Died of Suicide by Hanging and There Are No Signs of Foul Play, Prosecutor Says [E! News]
Jerry Maren, Who Sang and Danced as a Munchkin in Oz, Dies at 98 [The New York Times]
Stan hits 1 million subscribers, announces new Australian programs [SMH]
Kelly Marie Tran Erases Instagram Following Last Jedi Fan Harassment [Screen Rant]
HBO orders Game of Thrones prequel [TV Tonight]

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Microsoft Buys GitHub, Just Beem It & Community TV Broadcast Extension [Episode 246]

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

Show Notes:
Champion cheese-roller breaks record [BBC News]
Telstra triple-0 outage not caused by lightning strike, investigation finds [ABC News]
The Guy Fined Over Inserting A Travel Card Chip Into His Hand Is Appealing The Decision [BuzzFeed Australia]
Spotify Drops ‘Hate Conduct’ Policy for Artist Promotions After Controversy [Variety]
Australian shoppers to be blocked from Amazon’s US site [ABC News]
eBay looks to shake up Australia’s online shopping sector with unlimited delivery plan [SMH]
Microsoft has reportedly acquired GitHub [The Verge]
Microsoft is now more valuable than Google [The Verge]
Type ‘the1975..com’ Into Your Google App To See A Weird Bug In Action [Gizmodo Australia]
Banks launch Beem It to take on their own Osko [AFR]
A Woman Who Didn’t Like Her Husband’s Tone While She Was Googling Allegedly Shot Him In The Head [BuzzFeed]
Woman kills husband for beating family cat [9News]
What you need to know about Apple’s iOS 12 launch on Monday [CNET]
iOS 11.4 with AirPlay 2, Messages in iCloud, HomePod stereo now available [9to5Mac]
Tributes pour in for beloved Australian actor Cornelia Frances, 77 [SBS News]
Roseanne scrapped from US and Australian TV after star’s racist tweet [ABC News]
Community TV stations celebrate as Federal government grants another reprieve [Mumbrella]

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Elon Musk vs. The Media, Apple’s ‘Bendgate’ Secret & Etihad Stadium Renamed [Episode 245]

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

Show Notes:
Criminals wearing ankle bracelets ‘lost’ during Telstra outage [SBS News]
Federal Court Rules That Telstra’s Unlimited Mobile Ads Are Misleading [Gizmodo Australia]
Farewell myki cards? Trial for app to let you touch on with your phone [The Age]
NBN Co kills 100Mbps on fixed wireless [iTnews]
‘Holier than thou’: Elon Musk goes to war with the media in tweetstorm [SMH]
GDPR: Google and Facebook face up to $9.3 billion in fines on first day of new privacy law [CNET]
Terms of Service; Didn’t Read [ToSDR]
Internal documents reveal Apple knew the iPhone 6 was more likely to bend than previous models [The Verge]
What to expect at Apple’s WWDC 2018 conference [CRN Australia]
US jury awards Apple $539 million in Samsung patent retrial [CNBC]
Marvel-lous: Disney wins naming rights to Melbourne’s Etihad Stadium [The Age]
Is the force fading? Solo: A Star Wars Story sputters at box office [SMH]
Vevo will shutter apps, in order to focus on YouTube [TechCrunch]

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Telstra Outages Strike Again, YouTube Music & HomePod Mini Rumours [Episode 244]

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

Show Notes:
Telstra’s 4G network goes down again [iTnews]
Sydney Trains weighs carriages to estimate crowds [iTnews]
A spam filter for Twitter? ‘Disruptive’ tweets to be hidden from view [ABC News]
Google launches YouTube Music – app and streaming service to take on Spotify [EFTM]
After Credits [Whats After The Credits?]
Apple rumored to introduce HomePod Mini following weak sales [PC World Australia]
How to delete the ‘mshelper’ malware from macOS [AppleInsider]
Superman actress Margot Kidder dies aged 69 [ABC News]
‘Designated Survivor’: Netflix Eyes Thriller Drama Series After ABC Cancellation [Deadline]
CBS, ABC, FOX, CW New Show Promos [Dark Horizons]
“Deadpool 2” Scores $300M Worldwide [Dark Horizons]
Netflix Content Chief Says 85% of New Spending Is on Originals [Variety]
Telstra warns users off cheap SIMs [iTnews]
The backlash that never happened: New data shows people actually increased their Facebook usage after the Cambridge Analytica scandal [Business Insider Australia]

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TPG Free 4G, Is Google’s Duplex Unethical? & Brooklyn Nine-Nine Saved [Episode 243]

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

Show Notes:
Here’s why you’re getting all those terms of service update emails [Mashable]
Rick and Morty is getting a whopping 70 more episodes [The Verge]
Australia Post piloting bot assistants for delivery centre workers and back office staff [Computerworld Australia]
TPG to trial free access to 4G network for six months [iTnews]
Google just gave a stunning demo of Assistant making an actual phone call [The Verge]
Why people are so terrified about Google’s new robot [The Independent]
Facebook is launching a new team dedicated to the blockchain [Recode]
Microsoft offers better margins to lure Apple, Google devs [CRN]
Apple Plans to Sell Video Subscriptions Through TV App [Bloomberg]
Apple iPhone SE 2 to launch in September; Face ID still rumoured [Pocket-lint]
‘The Last Man on Earth,’ ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine,’ ‘The Mick’ Canceled at Fox [Variety]
‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Saved: NBC Picks Up Comedy After Fox Cancellation [Deadline]
R. Kelly Removed From Spotify as Part of ‘Hateful Content and Conduct’ Policy [Time]
What does Spotify’s new ‘hate content’ policy mean for artists, the music industry, and Time’s Up? [The Independent]
‘Elementary’ Renewed For Season 7 By CBS [Deadline]

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