Category: Content & Applications


Musk set to bail on Twitter deal

In a new SEC filing, Elon Musk claims Twitter’s refusal to provide him with the user data he wants provides grounds for termination of the merger agreement.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: BT Sport, mmWave and Russia

No guest this week but we do have a special member of the audience this as the Telecoms.com empire continues to grow. The guys start by looking at BT’s latest attempt to rescue its sport division and what that says about telcos betting on content. They move on to ponder the matter of how useful millimetre wave spectrum is before concluding with a look at the effect Russia sanctions are having on the industry.

Google sprinkles AI on everything at I/O

As well the new gadgets that were paraded out on the catwalk of Google I/O yesterday, there were a myriad of other updates to Google’s ludicrously wide product set, usually involving AI enhancements.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Twitter, Nokia and the edge

All pretence at time discipline is abandoned this week as the lads break the two-hour mark despite not even having a guest. The main reason for this is the decision to lead with Twitter, which opens up several other cans of worms. They eventually move on to Nokia, which recently announced its latest numbers, and conclude by trying to work out what the point of edge computing is.

VMO2 launches TV streaming device

UK converged operator VMO2 has launched a device called Stream for its broadband customers, which aggregates content from multiple TV services and allows billing for them to be controlled in one place.

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