But It's Over Now, Go On and Take a Cow: TM 124

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This week on the regular version of TECH'S MESSAGE Nate and Ian discuss:

- British Airways is finally offering onboard Wi-Fi

- Facial recognition for cows in focus as Irish start-up Cainthus gets backing

- Mobile phone coverage in Scotland is ‘unacceptable’

- Three million homes to get ultrafast broadband by 2020

- The CEO of Openreach aims to connect 10m customers to 'ultra-fast' by 2025

- Brief first hands-on take with Apple's HomePod from Nate

- Your emails and questions answered!

Patreon supporters have access to our longer version of the show, which includes the above as well as additional discussions about:

- EXTRA STORY'Nokia' is introducing a 4G version of its old-timey phone

- EXTRA STORYS9 pricing leak suggests it will be £100 more than the S8

- Relevant tangent into discussing whether Nate's wife has ever put an arm up a cow

- Outtakes and more!

Please support us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/uktech for access to our exclusive ad-free extended version of the show, live-streaming, access to Discord member’s club, weekly columns from Nate, higher quality MP3s, and much more.

Nate Lanxon