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CNET UK Podcast 114: Finally, music without restrictions

This week on the CNET UK Podcast we got our groove on with MP3 music stores and a new streaming service. We argued about Apple antivirus and heralded the touchscreen Nokia N97

This week on the CNET UK Podcast -- which is number 114, not as Ian 'ahead of his time' Morris thought, 115 -- Ian, Nate and Rory do their best to explain the week's tech news.

First up we celebrated the launch of Nokia's fancy N97. As a trio of N95 owners, there was much excitement about the 32GB of internal storage and the touchscreen. There was also a minor kerfuffle about Apple suggesting that Mac users install a virus scanner.

There was celebration at some new rules for broadband suppliers -- the only chink in the armour is that the code requires ISPs sign up voluntarily. And on Internet-related bad news, we discovered that the BBC, ITV and Channel 4's on-demand video service, Kangaroo, was ruled anti-competitive.

In Crave, Ian got excited about his Klipsch 5.1 speaker system, and Rory extolled the virtues of the Asus G71V, which is superhot, despite looking like Christmas at a chav's caravan. Nate told us about Rich Trenholm's plan to turn Web sites into a series of movies.

Our special feature this week was about a swathe of interesting developments in the world of music services. We bigged-up the Amazon MP3 store and got very excited about music-streaming app Spotify. We were also surprised by a service that lets you sell your DRM-free music.

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