Category: Digital Economy


The Telecoms.com Podcast: digital economy, private networks and China

Vows to avoid going off on too many tangents are soon broken when Ian and Scott discuss the digital economy and attempted state interventions in it. The move on to private networks and specifically whether that’s where the 5G ROI is to be found, before reflecting on China’s deteriorating relationship with the rest of the world.

The antitrust dragnet closes on Google

As the EU faces fresh calls to investigate Google for abusing its market dominance, the internet giant flexes its muscles once more by starting to charge for Google Photos.

Uber and Lyft win big in California

While California may be resolutely Democrat when it comes to politics, its electorate has voted to keep the state out of the lives of rideshare drivers.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Nokia, Section 230 and Ericsson

In what could be the last studio pod for a few weeks, Scott brings in a couple of bottles of wine to ensure the conversation with Iain flows nicely. They start with a review of Nokia’s quarterly earnings, which laid bare the challenge faced by its new CEO. They move on to a piece of US law called Section 230 that means internet platforms aren’t liable for the content they publish and conclude with a look at Ericsson’s first, tentative, foray into OpenRAN.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: US tech giants, Apple, public cloud

Scott and Iain show their selfless devotion to podcasting by donning their face masks and trekking into the studio once more. They start by looking at a couple of stories illustrating the increasing conflict between giant US tech companies and the state. Sticking with big tech, they move on to compare notes on the latest Apple iPhone launch and conclude by discussing Nokia’s decision to move its tech infrastructure into the Google public cloud.

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