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First test tube burger backed by Google boss in Podcast 351

The first lab-grown test tube burger is a tasty treat at £215,000, served up by Google's Sergey Brin.

It's alive! The first artificial meat has been presented for a taste test this week, after Google boss Sergey Brin backed a £215,000 Frankenburger.

The lab-grown patty could be the answer to climate change and world hunger. But does the thought of cloned food leave a nasty taste in our mouths?

Also on the menu is the news that Vodafone and O2 are sinking their teeth into 4G, Samsung's bizarre desert island challenge, and other bite-sized morsels of technology news and gossip.

All this is served up with a side dish of your questions and comments. Is it true that gadgets are covered by a two-year warranty under EU law? Will the Xbox One get its just desserts? And what are the best waffles: savoury or sweet?

You can gobble up this podcast and snack on all our latest news, reviews and videos with the CNET Global app from the Apple App Store for your iPhone and iPad or Google Play for your Android device.

Plus, whether you need with an unco-operative gadget or you want to dine out with like-minded tech-heads, tuck into the comments below or chow down on our Facebook page.

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