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Galaxy Note 8, Siri on Android, BlackBerry 10 in Podcast 323

Siri, BlackBerry 10 and the Firefox phone square up to Android while Windows 8 skyrockets in price.

Is 2013 the year of the underdog operating system? BlackBerry 10, Windows Phone 8 and Firefox OS are all set for a watershed year, but can any of them really tackle the iPhone and Android?

And we discuss the week's tech news, including more record Apple profits, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, the ridiculously-named Galaxy Fonblet, and the secret origin of Siri. Plus our trusty friend Otamatone is his usual verbose self as he reviews the new Canon EOS M.

And we turn to you -- yes, you with the ears -- for your comments in the feedback section. Does Apple price its products too high? Does anyone want a BlackBerry PlayBook? Why has no-one heard of the Google Nexus 7? Unlimited slower broadband or limited faster speed? And who'd win in a cage fight between Bert from The Raccoons and Deputy Fuzz from Bravestarr?

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