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The Telecoms.com podcast: Capital punishment

Jamie’s back and he, Scott and Iain from Light Reading discuss the decision to kick Uber out of London, which threatens to make going out on the piss until the small hours significantly more expensive in the capital. Meanwhile Deutsche Telekom has launched an offensive on the content market as the two worlds increasingly collide. Lastly the team have a look at Google’s latest smartphone move, which involves grabbing the cream of HTC’s engineering talent, and wonder what this means for the future of HTC.


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