CNET UK Podcast 295: YouView, iPad mini and the Higgs Boson

We've had to wait aaaages for the Higgs Boson particle and YouView to be revealed -- but turning up late isn't always a bad thing.

Physicists everywhere have breathed a huge sigh of relief: the Higgs Boson particle has been found, proving they weren't just making it up all along. And speaking of things we suspected were just made up, YouView has been publicly unveiled too.

YouView is the new set-top box that combines online TV with normal telly in one box and one interview. And the Higgs Boson particle is... well, it's like a... Hmm, just press play and join the CNET UK team discussing why sometime it pays to turn up late, as well as the latest technology news and cool kit.

Rich, Luke and Andy discuss the latest rumblings about a smaller iPad, the much-rumoured iPad mini ; try to get their heads around new EU laws about selling second-hand software ; and go up and atom with the news that the Higgs Boson particle is real . Plus we point you in the direction of the cool stuff on CNET UK this week, including the week's Phone News .

Andy jams with the Jawbone Jambox, Luke gets flirty with the Qwerty Samsung Galaxy Chat , and Rich gives his view of YouView. But which bit of kit claims the Crave kudos and wins the day?

And we turn to you, esteemed listener, for your feedback. What's the best Android tablet? And can you do better than the bosses of BlackBerry? Whether you're looking for technological help and advice or just need to blow off steam about the gadgetry of the moment, leave us a comment below or on our Facebook page -- where you can mingle with like-minded tech-heads and peek behind the scenes at CNET Towers too.

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