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CNET UK Podcast 283: Why is everything broken?

The HTC One X and One V are having problems, and they're not alone -- Nokia, TomTom and Apple are all dealing with tech calamities.

It's Friday the 13th, and it seems that everything's going wrong. The HTC One X and One S are having problems, and they're not alone -- Nokia, Spotify, TomTom and Apple are all dealing with tech calamities. But where did it all go wrong?

Join the CNET UK team and hop aboard the plumeting elevator that is our weekly podcast, taking the world of technology to task in no uncertain terms.

Rich, Andy and Jason lament the price of the first Windows 8 tablet, the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga, fret about Apple malware, and weep and wail at the delay to Vodafone's Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Samsung Galaxy S2.

In the Crave section of the podcast, we each pick our favourite bit of tech that's tickled our fancy this week. Jason rates the bargain-tastic Huawei Ascend G300, Luke is shaken and stirred by James Bond on Sky, and Rich furnishes us with the news that Ikea is building an estate of 1,200 homes in East London. But who will claim the Crave kudos and win the day with the finest piece of Crave-worthy kit?

Plus our trusty friend Otamatone lets us know what he thinks about the Alienware X51 review.

And we turn to you, esteemed listener, for your thoughts in the feedback section. Have you had a gadget disaster? 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 techheads and peek behind the scenes at CNET Towers.

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