Aussie Banks To Fight Apple Pay, Verizon Buys Yahoo & ABC SVOD Partnerships | Episode 162


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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:
Australia’s banks want to force Apple to open up NFC [iTnews]
Nick Xenophon calls for curbs on teen gambling in eSports video games [The Age]
ABS forced to defend Census website security [iTnews]
Uber is selling its China business to dominant local rival Didi Chuxing [The Verge]
Uber is planning on investing $500 million to map the world’s roads [The Verge]
NIST declares the age of SMS-based 2-factor authentication over [TechCrunch]
Verizon to Buy Yahoo’s Core Business for $4.8 Billion [Variety]
Apple has sold over 1 billion iPhones [The Verge]
‘Carpool Karaoke’ Series Coming Exclusively to Apple Music [The Hollywood Reporter]
Apple backs Australian marriage equality [The Age]
Pocket Casts 6 brings dark mode, multitasking, and more to the iOS podcast player [9to5Mac]
MTV Launches ‘Classic’ Channel Dedicated to 1990s [Rolling Stone]
ABC should partner with Netflix to raise revenue, says Michelle Guthrie [The Guardian]
Seven officially launches Olympics app with $20 premium upgrade option [Mumbrella]

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