Forty episodes in, and apparently nothing has changed. This episode, we examine why PS3 fanboys hate Anonymous, Telstra getting some brand new phones and bacon, as a perfume? Get ready for one of the most tripping episodes of TECHGEEK Weekly ever.
We also find why Armenia had its internet cut because of an old lady, and Minecraft has a release date!
James is back for another episode, while Stewart makes his long awaited return. So don’t forget to subscribe and download!
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Dell Australia affected by global data breach, customer details stolen
Hacking of data firm Epsilon exposes customers of 50 firms
Epsilon breach used four-month-old attack
“Anonymous” attacks Sony to protest PS3 hacker lawsuit
PlayStation websites, PSN suffer outage: Anonymous claims responsibility, Sony claims ‘sporadic maintenance’
Anonymous Splinter Group Targeting Sony Employees
Telstra to get Motorola Atrix, Xperia Play and Xoom Tablet?
Coming to Telstra starting mid-April: Samsung Galaxy Ace, Motorola XOOM, Motorola Atrix, Sony Ericsson Xperia Play & more
NGP launch unaffected by quake after all
Next Burnout Game leaked by Australian Classification Board
Minecraft Has An Official Release Date
Stewart’s Briefs (1)
Spot the fail!
Twitter tries turning #newtwitter off and back on again
Intel Unveils 10-Core Xeon Processors
In Other News
Motorola Xoom A Flop, Just 100,000 Sold So Far
Motorola Xoom (and Atrix) Not Zooming Off Shelves
Windows 8 to integrate Ribbon, Metro UI?
Google bids $900 million for Nortel patent portfolio, will use it as shield against patent trolls
SB Nation Wins Tech Publishing Fantasy Draft; Signs Engadget Team
IT’S OFFICIAL: AOL Fires Freelancers*
Pensioner in Georgia cuts Armenia off from internet
Vatican magazine says hackers do God’s work
The sizzling smell of bacon… now a perfume?
In The Loop
White iPhone Removed from Apple Inventory Database
Sony CEO tips Apple built-in camera plans, iPhone 5 delay possible?
Untethered iOS 4.3.1 jailbreak is out, supports all devices except iPad 2 and Verizon iPhone
Stewart’s Briefs (2)
HTC Desire solves dodecahedron Rubik’s Cube, will blow your mind
Software firm wants naked web coders
Google’s Gmail Motion Prank Turned Into Reality