Victoria's First Uber Rank, Facebook To Suppress Clickbait & Suicide Squad A Box Office Smash | Episode 163
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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.
Melbourne Grammar video scandal: alumnus shocked by year 12 ‘rate-your-date’ video [The Age]
‘Debacle’: Xenophon calls for Census to be postponed [SBS News]
Victoria’s first Uber ‘rank’ opens at Avalon Airport [The Age]
Facebook tweaks the News Feed to show you less clickbait [VentureBeat]
Olympic Committee bans press from releasing GIFs [Engadget]
Tinder’s threesome rival 3nder protests lawsuit with bizarre socks campaign [CNET]
This guy has swiped right on 200,000 women, without much success [The Independent]
Safe driving: Tesla autopilot drives owner suffering pulmonary embolism to ER [RT News]
Windows 10’s Anniversary Update is now available [The Verge]
Water pistol emoji replaces revolver as Apple enters gun violence debate [The Guardian]
Judge wipes out patent troll’s $625M verdict against Apple [Ars Technica]
Apple launches high-reward bug bounty program [iTnews]
Seven scores an Olympics win – breaks digital record for streaming [AdNews]
Channel Seven slammed over ‘woeful’ Olympics streaming [The Age]
Suicide Squad tops the US box-office as fans ignore critics’ mauling [The Age]
‘Star Wars’: ABC in talks for TV series [Entertainment Weekly]
A bar owner in the UK has built a Faraday cage to stop customers using their phones [ScienceAlert]
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