A massive security fiasco for Android, Apple says sorry for its Maps, and webOS comes back with version 1.0 – much to the Chris’ rejoice (and Terence’s displeasure). All this and more on TECHGEEK Weekly!
Stewart’s on holiday and Tom is busy studying, so you’re left with Terence and Chris this week. No video this week, but you can listen to the audio below.
Also apologies for no episode last week. I was busy in Sydney and we were going to record one, but Stewart decided to pull the pin at the last minute.
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