The little Wii gets a bit more intimate with a brand new game, Mortal Kombat banned in Australia and the MacBook Pro gets a little hardware revamp – and we make a big deal about it and the new Thunderbolt. Wait, what? That’s all this week on the TECHGEEK Weekly podcast with the return of James Wilson plus one guest – Matt Rossi.
Who? Matt Rossi, a friend of one of the hosts, was a podcaster. And now finds out the “organised disaster” of the podcast first hand. And Matt, we’re sorry.
And plagued with technical difficulties and obviously a sick Terence and Stewart (both are down with a cold), get ready for a mind-boggling edition of TECHGEEK Weekly.
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The Top Stories
Apple refreshes the MacBook Pro
Thunderbolt smokes USB, FireWire with 10Gbps throughput
Apple releases dev preview of Mac OS X 10.7 Lion with AirDrop, FileVault
Apple brings multi-touch, full-disk crypto to latest OS X
iiNet wins appeal against priacy lawsuit
Australia confirms ISPs are not copyright cops
Mortal Kombat 9 Banned in Australia? &#%@!
Mortal Kombat banned in Australia
In The Loop
FaceTime for Mac exits beta, will cost you $1.19
Apple iPad 2 event invites go out
Apple reportedly lowers iPad 2 production forecasts following supply shortages
Apple Discontinuing MobileMe Retail Boxes, Preparing for Free Overhauled Version? [Updated]
Stewart’s Briefs (1)
And this is our baby daughter … Facebook
British court orders WikiLeaks’ Assange extradited to Sweden
Google Runs Into New Privacy Objections In Europe Over Street View
The Other Stories
Telco complaints reach ‘record high’ on the back of Vodafone woes
Telstra hangs up on call centres
Microsoft temporarily disables Windows Phone 7 update for Samsung devices
Everything that can go wrong with Windows Phone 7 update does
Crush-Stalking App Breakup Notifier Amasses Over 3.6M Users, Is Shut Down By Facebook
Wikileaks opens online store in attempt to raise funds
Google is thinking about killing the URL bar
Your Neighbors Are About To Invite You To Wii Sex Parties
Minecraft officially coming to iOS devices in 2011
Fable III PC date and more
Microsoft to release Kinect for Windows SDK
Stewart’s Briefs (2)
IE9’s ‘Do Not Track’ features could become Web standards
Anonymous targets Westboro Baptist Church, Church says “Bring It”
Google Cloud Connect for Microsoft Office available to all
Facebook seeking encryption for apps, mobile