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Dallas Buyers Club has questions, Tesla has chargers and E3 has everything (Girt by CNET podcast 31)

Dallas Buyers Club LLC tells the court they want to know how much pirates earn, Tesla rolls out destination charging station and Microsoft and Sony go head-to-head at E3.

Another week, another day in court with the Dallas Buyers Club vs iiNet case. This time round, it's transpired that DBC doesn't just have a letter they'd like to send alleged pirates, they also have some follow up questions to ask over the phone -- questions like "how much do you earn" and "how often do you pirate" and "are you paying by cash or credit?"

Speaking of charging, Tesla is rolling out Destination Charging stations around the east coast, opening up a host of new spots between for Tesla owners -- there's even a charger in Canberra and more extending north up to the Hunter Valley and Port Macquarie.

E3 -- the Electronic Entertainment Expo -- was on this week and boy was it a doozy. Aside from Fallout 4 being announced (and available this November) Sony and Microsoft went head-to-head to see who'd be in the driving seat for next gen consoles for the rest of 2015 and into 2016. While Sony went heavy on the nostalgia, Microsoft wowed the crowd with its Minecraft on Hololens demonstration.

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