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Candy Crush gets consumed and BlackBerry's back in CNET UK podcast 456

With a slide-out keyboard and Android on board, the BlackBerry Priv has stolen Andy's heart. Meanwhile VW's woes deepen and Activision invests in mobile games.


This week Andy's in love with a new BlackBerry phone, and makes wild claims about its potential to rescue the ailing firm. Don't miss it!

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On the UK's best tech podcast, we're prepared for all eventualities -- monitoring the tech world like a tightly wound spring, ready to leap on exciting new gadgets and breaking news. Yet nothing could prepare us for podcast regular Andrew Hoyle uttering the phrase, "This will mark the return of BlackBerry."

Find out why Andy's so enamoured with the ludicrously named BlackBerry Priv by listening to this week's show (or see him justify his maniacal claims in the video below). Also up for debate on this week's 'cast is Activision's acquisition of Candy Crush-maker King Digital, and more trouble for VW as the firm says 800,000 more cars are affected by emissions .

We'll also catch you up on the latest hacking news concerning Vodafone and TalkTalk, and you'll hear from BBC Worldwide's Marcus Arthur, who talked to us about the BBC Store, a new iTunes-esque digital store for buying and keeping programmes from the Beeb.

We're always thirsty for your feedback, so pop your thoughts in the comments below or drop us a line at cnetukpodcast [at] Oh, and if you've enjoyed the show, why not leave us a glowing review on iTunes? Hit play and enjoy.

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