You Used to Haul Meth on My Cell Drone: TM 96 REGULAR Version
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This week on the regular version of TECH'S MESSAGE Nate and Ian discuss:
- UK forms 'specialist squad' to tackle prison drug drones - UK drops plan to allow online guilty pleas for minor crimes - Which? broadband survey for the worst internet services in the UK - Opening up BT’s infrastructure for new fibre broadband - Credit card with a fingerprint sensor revealed by Mastercard - Emails from listeners about contactless payment habits!
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- Extra story 1: UK's online shoppers top global spending survey - Extra story 2: Apple Maps now lists UK EV chargers and public bikes - Our pre-recorded "win" and "lose" responses to our forthcoming Webby Award result - Discussion around BBC 4 documentary chronicling Britain's landline history - Nate's ditching Google Maps for Apple maps, for a bit. Why? - The plague of concert ticket businesses (why don't we hate them more?!) - The problem with protractors in schools - Outtakes and discussion around old WAP servers and their uses in the mid-2000s
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