Netflix troubles, the future of EV charging, and the Huawei Watch GT Runner reviewed - Pocket-lint podcast ep.151

Still seen as the king of the streaming market, Netflix reported it has lost subscribers for the first time in a decade as price hikes, cost of living, and streaming fatigue has all started to take their toll on streaming services. But what does that mean for the likes of you and me? Pocket-lint's Editor, Chris Hall is here to discuss the news. 

Meanwhile Stuart has been talking to Osprey Charging, one of the largest public charging networks in the UK about whether the country is ready for going all in on electric from 2030. 

And Pocket-lint's Cam Bunton has been out running, running with the new Huawei Watch GT Runner and joins me to tell us more about how he's been getting on. One to get or one to avoid? Stay tuned to find out. 

00:40 – Chris discusses the latest Netflix subscriber numbers

08:50 - Interview with Ian Johnston, CEO of Osprey Charging

24:10 - Cam gives us his verdict on the Huawei Watch GT Runner

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Hosted by Stuart Miles

Production and editing by Stuart Miles

Guests: Chris Hall, Cam Bunton, Ian Johnston 

Music by Lee Rosevere - Let's Start at the Beginning and Southside

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