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And in case you missed it, here’s another chance to check out last week’s edition of AWIW: The Christmas Special

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Predicting 2017 – The New Year Special

The Week In Wireless gang is back for 2017 with another special episode featuring all of your favourites. Tim, Jamie, Scott, Mary, Richard, Alex and Henry all return to the podcast studio to forecast the biggest trends we can all expect in telecoms and technology across the coming 12 months. Will Nokia and Ericsson right 2016’s wrongs and renew the three-way battle with Huawei? Will anyone find a proper use for wearable? Will Mary go off on another rant? Will Tim ever get over his laryngitis?!

This episode was recorded immediately after the festivities of The Christmas Special – we’ll let you draw your own conclusions.

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With Amazon and Google launching smart home initiatives, have the telcos missed out on their chance to cash in on this market?

  • Yes, Google and Amazon will now dominate this space (65%, 40 Votes)
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