Google Nexus 4 and the best phone of the year in Podcast 317

Phone fans! We issue a rallying call to vote in the first ever Annual CNET Readers and Listeners Bestest Phone of the Year Awards!

Phone fans assemble! We're issuing a rallying call to all CNET readers and listeners young and old to vote in the first ever Annual CNET Readers and Listeners Bestest Phone of the Year Awards. We've picked some of our favourites, but we want to know what you -- yes, you -- think was the best blower of 2012.

Join the CNET UK team as we settle into an all-new high-tech podcast studio to bemoan the disaster of the Google Nexus 4 continually selling out, Sky winding up Android phone fans and the twentieth anniversary of the first ever text.

Even better, the CNET UK podcast has broken through the third dimension to appear in video! If you've ever wanted to see three scruffy oiks arguing about the week's technology news then your luck's in, compadre -- just scroll to the bottom of the page and hit play.

Finally we turn to you, honoured listener, for your feedback. Why is the Nexus 4 such a disaster? What's the best Android phone with a physical keyboard? And has Ice Cream Sandwich cream crackered the Samsung Galaxy S2?

Whether you're looking for help with your gadgets or want to have your say about the tech issues of the day, leave us a comment below or speak out on our Facebook page -- it's peopled by peoples who love gadgets as much as you do, not to mention stuffed with behind-the-scenes glimpses at the continuing excitement that is life at 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 on Facebook and Twitter.

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