Episode 121: Reckoner, The Telemovie

Raj Deut and Anthony Agius discuss how Dick Smith are selling customer info, the NBN’s ability to reduce fibre costs by 50% but not tell anyone, a flaw in 65% of Android phones that leave them vulnerable to clickjacking malware, Twitter Moments, Apple’s Twitter support and rumours of new Apple gear on March 22nd.

Dick Smith selling customer details

NBN manages to make FTTP 50% cheaper, doesn’t tell anyone

65% of Android phones vulnerable to clickjacking malware
Twitter Moments live in Australia

Apple starts doing tech support on Twitter

New Apple stuff March 22nd

Reckoner had its humble beginnings way back in June of 2013.

Founded by James Croft, along with Peter Wells and Anthony Agius they created what would go on to become one of Australia’s most highly regarded and award winning independent tech blogs.

With its uniquely Australian voice Reckoner is committed to offering a “no-holds-barred” approach to its writing. Beholden to no one but its audience. Reckoner’s goal is to remain completely transparent and honour the trust it’s built with its faithful readership.

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