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CNET UK Podcast 284: What's on your TV?

Analogue television is no more after the digital switchover. We discuss how we watch TV in the age of boxsets, Netflix and smart TVs.

Why don't you switch off the TV set and do something less boring instead? There's certainly plenty of options. As the digital switchover sweeps the nation, analogue television is no more, so we take stock of how the telly has changed so dramatically in the past couple of years -- and see what's the future of our square-eyed friend.

So join the CNET UK team, settle in your favorite telly-watching spot, and flip the channel to our weekly podcast as we squabble over the remote and the latest technology news.

Rich, Andy and Luke get excited about the fast-approaching Samsung Galaxy S3 unveiled on 3 May, contemplate paying for stuff with a shake of the hips, and get tarted up with a new MacBook-flavoured perfume.

Andy grabs his allen key to put together an Ikea telly, Luke takes to the stars with talk of asteroid mining, and Rich checks out the Nikon D3200 SLR and its Android app. But which bit of tech claims the Crave kudos and wins the day with the finest piece of Crave-worthy kit?

Plus our trusty friend Otamatone doesn't mince his words as he lets us know what he thinks about the Huawei Ascend G300.

And we turn to you, esteemed listener, for your thoughts in the feedback section. Are you a telly addict? Do you watch with one eye on your phone? Is it all boxsets and on-demand viewing round your gaff? How have your televisual habits changed?

Whether you're looking for technological help and advice or just need to blow off steam about the gadgetry of the moment, leave us a comment below or on our Facebook page -- where you can mingle with like-minded techheads and peek behind the scenes at CNET Towers.

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