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Crave Podcast 103: Netbooks not good enough, says AMD

Can you believe it's only been seven days since the last Crave Podcast? It felt like an eternity to us, so we were super-keen to jump back in the studio to scythe through the week's tech happenings

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Can you believe it's only been seven days since the last Crave Podcast? It felt like an eternity to us, so we were super-keen to jump back in the studio to scythe through the week's tech happenings.

Rory, Nate, Ian and Rich are your hosts this week, and they kick things off by discussing the demise of grot. According to researchers, porn is no longer the world's most popular search term -- searches for social-networking sites are now more popular. In related news, searches for the term 'Brad Pitt' are most likely to lead to viruses and other Internet nasties.

Elsewhere, we reveal just how much money Blizzard is making off World of Warcraft, how Nintendo makes more profit per employee than Goldman Sachs and Google, and discuss why the VP of marketing at AMD, Pat Moorhead, things netbooks are underperforming, overpriced pieces of junk.

Also in the show, we go hands on with 7digital's new DRM-free music service, look at a new range of Canon cameras, and marvel at the stupendously expensive Loewe Connect 32 Media television. As if that weren't enough, we round the show off by answering your questions, discuss cars that park themselves, and debate whether it was right for a supermarket in Croatia to introduce 'women only' parking spaces.

Right-click this link to download the show, subscribe in iTunes, then tell us what you'd like to hear on the show by nattering in the forums. -Rory Reid

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