TECHGEEK Weekly 50: Where’s Our Cake, Microsoft?

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We have turned fifty, Nokia says that we should not look at “Sea Ray”, and has Apple made a fatal mistake with its new version of Final Cut Pro? All this and more on this week’s special edition of TECHGEEK Weekly.

And although it’s a very celebratory episode – it’s no time to celebrate when LulzSec is on the prowl. But if you’re looking for a party, this episode was recorded earlier – so we hopefully sound a bit more sober than before.

This episode sees the return of Gabriel Huynh and sees the debut of both Adrian Cajili and Ashton Bernard on the podcast – and hopefully will be joining on the roundtable sometime later in the year.

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Show Notes

The Weekly Overview

Suspected LulzSec member arrested in UK as census data stolen

Supposed LulzSec IRC chat logs released

Nokia announces the N9 smartphone – finally gets into the game

Nokia WP7 phone leaked out – codename “Sea Ray”

Mozilla Firefox 5 released

Microsoft celebrates the new version of….Firefox?

Telstra launches the world’s fastest 3G Wi-Fi hotspot

ICANN approves new changes to domain names

In The Loop

Final Cut Pro X: Apple’s biggest mistake in years?

Apple unveils new Time Capsules

Apple iPhone 5 to be major update after all; announcement and availability in August?

Source: Apple to Enter TV Display Business Late This Year

iOS 5: What’s new in Beta 2

Tom’s Stockings (1)

$99 USD Android Tablet – Arnova 7

Twitter plans bolder advertisements

Telstra introduces the World’s largest footprint of HD Voice

Pwnage Playtime

Lawsuit: Sony laid off security staff before data breach

PopCap Games snares a mystery buyer?

More Duke Nukem coming

Dead or Alive: Dimensions re-rated M Down Under

Team Fortress 2 Going Free-To-Play

The Other Stories

IT’S DONE: Telstra inks $11bn NBN dealt

NBN: Optus migrates HFC users for $800m

Voluntary ISP filter attracts global attention

FTC launching antitrust probe over Google search, ad businesses

Bitcoin: Virtual money gets hacked and heisted

Secret money: ABC virtual currency racket probe

Skype Fires Executives, Avoiding Payouts After Microsoft Buyout

Microsoft gets antitrust approval to buy Skype

Revenge of the Ugly: ‘Beautiful People’ Dating Site Hacked

Yahoo approaches Hulu about possible acquisition [Updated]

Winklevoss twins press Facebook case in Boston federal court after dropping Supreme Court appeal

Tom’s Stockings (2)

JK Rowling launches Pottermore website

Netregistry buys Distribute.IT

Skype confirms native iPad app coming with video chat

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