ACCC Cracks Down On Drip Pricing, Hello Wi-Fi Barbie & The 12th Man Calls Stumps | Episode 133


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

Show Notes:
'Phuc Dat' faked it: the man with awkward name turns out to be a hoax [The Age]
Five-year-old named Isis rejected for personalised jar of Nutella [SMH]
ACCC Is Cracking Down On Drip Pricing From Travel And Entertainment Websites [Gizmodo Australia]
ACCC clears Australia Post's $1 stamp [The Age]
Coach call [V/Line]
Telstra hikes international roaming charges [iTnews]
Hello Barbie: Wi-fi-enabled doll labelled a bedroom security risk [ABC News]
Light-based Li-Fi Internet boasts speeds 100 times faster than Wi-Fi [The Christian Science Monitor]
Raspberry Pi Zero $5 computer unveiled [CBC News]
Raspberry Pi’s £4 computer has completely sold out, less than a day after release [The Independent]
Microsoft to only support Internet Explorer 11 starting January 2016 [WinBeta]
Google removed 440,000 URLs over 'right to be forgotten' [The Next Web]
Apple buys Star Wars tech firm Faceshift to up its VR game [The Age]
Facebook SDK for tvOS could solve Apple TV's app login problem [AppleInsider]
Square Launches NFC Reader to Bring Apple Pay to Smaller Businesses [MacRumors]
PayPal shoppers will be able to pay via Eftpos [SMH]
ACMA reviewing TV captioning [TV Tonight]
Community TV on air through 2016 [Television.AU]
Billy Birmingham [A Current Affair]
Visit Isla Nublar at the newly announced Jurassic World The Exhibition! [Jurassic World]

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