CNET UK Podcast 291: iPhone 5, E3 roundup and LinkedIn leaks

We check out the best games from E3, compare the new iPhone to the old one, and worry our LinkedIn has leaked out.

It's all in the game, man. And this podcast is all about gaming, as we pick our highlights and lowlights from games showcase E3, from Watch Dogs to Smart Glass, Halo 4 to the Wii U Miiverse -- and all while trying not to worry about our leaked LinkedIn passwords.

And we take a look at the tech news of the week, including the 4G team-up between O2 and Vodafone, and a detailed comparison between the new iPhone and the old one.

Join the CNET UK team as we settle into the sofa of podcasting goodness for a hardcore session of bashing the buttons of truth, collecting the coins of insight, and chainsawing the head off technology issues in extreme blood-spattered close-up.

Luke pops the bubble of an innovative new form of touchscreen that magically grows buttons, Andy checks out the Toshiba Satellite U840W, and Rich reveals how the Asus Taichi is perfect for playing Battleships. But which bit of kit claims the Crave kudos and wins the day?

And we turn to you, esteemed listener, for your feedback. Are Macs really worth the extra money? Will the iPhone ever get widgets? Whatever happened to HTC? And what classic phone would you like to see brought back with an up-to-the-minute makeover?

Whether you're having trouble with your technology or just want to share your thoughts about the gadget issues of the day, leave us a comment below or blow off steam on our Facebook page -- it's stuffed with folks who love gadgets as much as you do, as well as behind-the-scenes glimpses at the life in CNET Towers.

To listen to the CNET UK podcast just press play above -- or go to the iTunes Store and search for CNET UK. Click on Subscribe Free, sit back and enjoy -- and don't forget to tell your friends too on Facebook and Twitter.

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