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CNET UK Podcast 210: Place your bets on the century's greatest gadget

On this week's show, Flora, Luke and Rory talk about our greatest gadgets competition, Google privacy and ponder Facebook Places. There's also the usual Craving and a single-syllable review.

On this week's show, Flora took the reins while Rory and Luke took the Nerf guns. There was heated debate about Google and its data-protection snafu, Apple and its iPhone alarm snafu and Facebook's Places feature, which we wish would die in a hail of foam bullets.

Google ruled in 'significant breach' of UK data laws
iPhone alarm bug
There's no Facebook phone, but there is Facebook Places

Urbee is first electrical car to be printed out in 3D
Film 4OD
Sharp Galapagos glasses-free 3D Android 2.2 phone

The greatest gadgets of the 21st century (so far) have been selected, but we need you to tell us what you think will go through to the final. So don't hang around, get on and pick your winners. Doing so could win you a fabulous Xbox 360 Slim with Kinect.

Voting on the gadgets starts next week, so Sunday is your last chance to predict the outcome. iPhone or Pioneer Kuro? PS3 or Sony HD5? Whatever you think is going to win, now is the time to tell us.

Single-syllable review 
This week, it's Luke's turn to review a product using only a single syllable or sound. This week, he's sharing his terse opinion of Microsoft's Kinect motion-controller gubbins.

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