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Samsung is back on top and 'Top Gear' looks to the future in CNET UK podcast 431

Samsung has once again dethroned Apple as the world's biggest smartphone manufacturer.

"Top Gear" presenters (L-R) Richard Hammond, Jeremy Clarkson and James May have left the moneyspinning BBC show in controversial circumstances. BBC

Samsung is back on top, Apple is facing one heck of a tax bill and the BBC has faith in the future of "Top Gear" -- even without Clarkson and chums.

The boss of BBC Worldwide this week insisted for the beeb, even after presenters Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond controversially left the show.

Meanwhile Samsung is once again the biggest manufacturer of smartphones, beating Apple on market share despite falling profits. What's more, Apple may face a giant tax bill in Ireland.

In other news, Taxi app GetTaxi has changed its name to Gett, and diversified into delivering all sorts of services from plumbers to massages. Plus, we meet the EmoSpark artificial intelligence system that gets scared when you're mean to it, and look forward to Free Comic Book Day this weekend.

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