CNET UK Podcast 299: iPhone 5, Tom Daley and Olympic tech

Technology is getting us in trouble: video games could send people to jail, and so could bullying Tom Daley. But it's not all bad news!

Technology is getting us in trouble: video games could send people to jail, and so could trolling Olympic diver Tom Daley . But it's not all bad news: we could have a date for the iPhone 5!

Join the CNET UK team as we don our podcasting Lycra unitards and warm up with a few star jumps, before taking on these and the rest of the pressing technology matters of the week.

Luke is back from his 'olidays with news of the Microsoft Wedge mouse and keyboard , Andy goes to infinity and beyond with the Asus Transformer Infinity, and Rich reveals what it was like to be at the London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony . But which slice of top tech claims the Crave kudos and wins the day?

And we turn to you, esteemed listener, for your questions and comments. What will the iPhone 5 turn out to be? Are there any good earbuds that aren't in-ear? Will the Microsoft Surface be any good for art and design? And which is the king of biscuits: the custard cream or the bourbon? 

Whether you're looking for help and advice with your latest or next gadget, or you just have something to get off your chest about the tech questions of the day, leave us a comment below or have your say on our Facebook page -- it's peopled by your fellow gadget geeks, not to mention staffed by the CNET team with a fistful of behind-the-scenes glimpses.

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