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Windows 10 reactions, 'Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation' reviewed and more in CNET UK Podcast 443

We discuss reactions to Microsoft's new operating system, GameSpot's Sarah Lynch explains the tech situation in the new "Mission Impossible" movie and more.


Windows 10 is here at last, with Microsoft's free desktop OS upgrade out this week. In the latest edition of the UK's single greatest tech podcast, we share your reactions to Windows 10 and point you in the direction of our helpful list of things you need to know. Hit play now.

We're also taking a look at Amazon, which is getting seriously competitive in the world of streaming. It launched Amazon Prime Music in the UK this week and announced that it's hired Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May from "Top Gear" to make a new car show. The news comes four months after Clarkson was dismissed from the BBC for punching a producer.

But wait! There's more! Motorola's long-awaited new smartphones have made a grand entrance, and we've been hands-on. We'll tell you what you need to know about the Moto X Style (which goes by the name 'Pure' in the US), the Moto X Play and the new water-resistant Moto G .

As if that wasn't enough, we welcome special guest Sarah Lynch from CNET sister-site GameSpot to the hallowed podcast studio. She's seen the new "Mission: Impossible" movie and has a review to deliver, though of course don't forget to check out Rich Trenholm's own views on the latest spy flick.

We've also got your predictions on which tech company will be the world's biggest in 10 years' time and Andy lays out all the benefits of life in the borough of Ealing, despite nobody asking him to do so. Listeners, your cup runneth over.

Press play, and don't forget to subscribe using the links below. If you enjoy the show, why not treat us to a review on iTunes?

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