CNET UK Podcast 150: Is Windows 7 a total rip-off?

This week Nate's joined by podcast veteran Rory Reid, and special guest Drew Stearne -- producer of our award-winning Car Tech shows -- to talk Windows 7, robot chefs and steam-powered cars

With Ian away mooning his honey (congrats, etc), it's left to his ferociously witty, visually stunning co-host Nate to keep the CNET UK Podcast wheels turning. And this week he's joined by 'cast veteran Rory Reid, and special guest Drew Stearne -- producer of our award-winning Car Tech shows .

News

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Feature

Is Microsoft charging too much for Windows 7? With Apple's new version of Mac OS X -- Snow Leopard -- out today for £25, we took it upon ourselves to debate whether Microsoft is charging too much for its new OS, which could cost you £150 just for the standard version. Whether you agree or disagree with us, the forums are the place to impart your views.

WTF

A restaurant in China has hired robots to cook dinner, and the eatery in question's owner reckons the food will taste better as a result. We discuss this revolution in culinary preparation, but somehow end up talking about growing pigs in test tubes.

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