Tech podcast: Dell Streak and iPhone 4Plus energy-saving lightbulbs and Sky Anytime+

12 June 2010

Dell Streak Android tablet smartphone exclusive to O2

This week's Which? tech podcast takes a close look at the Dell Streak to weigh up whether it's a supersized smartphone or a tiny tablet PC.

Which? expert Katie Waller joins the podcast team in the studio to shed some light on energy-saving bulbs. With many different types of energy-saving lightbulb now available in the shops from CFL to LED, and E14 to B22, Katie shares her tips on how to buy the best.  

Roving reporter Ben Stevens interviews Kathryn Downward from Sky, about the company's newly announced Sky Anytime+ service which will offer a vast archive of entertainment to those with Sky satellite and broadband subscriptions.

And Al Warman's gadget of the week is the Dell Streak - a 5-inch device running the Android operating system, that is a cross between a phone and an iPad. The team gives its first impressions on Dell's attempts to create a pocketable gadget with phone, camera, web browser and entertainment functions.

And in the weekly news round-up: 

  • Steve Jobs unveils the new Apple iPhone and iOS 4
  • Panasonic's first Freeview+ HD Blu-ray recorders
  • Sky buys Virgin Media's HD TV channels
  • Skype arrives on your TV
  • Gorenje's fridge with integrated wi-fi and iPod dock

It's all in this week's Which? tech podcast. Hit the play button to listen or use the arrows to scroll through the podcast archive to see every available edition from the past year.


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