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TV is Moving Freely in the UK - DTNS 4607

Season 10, Ep. 4607

The UK gets a new free streaming entry from the country’s public sector broadcasters called Freely that delivers live TV over broadband. Building on its “Just Walk Out” technology Amazon has introduced a new version for clothing stores that uses RFID chips. And Microsoft’s plans for the Xbox are revealed in documents accidentally uploaded to the FTC during its lawsuit with the Redmond based company.

Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Charlotte Henry, Roger Chang, Joe.

Link to the Show Notes.

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