This week’s Which? tech podcast takes a close look at consumers’ reaction to 3D TV, relives past glories with Best Buy TVs from the last five decades, and Stephen Fry gives his perspective on the day the iPad came to the UK.
Roving reporter, Ben Stevens headed for the Apple Store on the morning Apple’s iPad went on sale in the UK. Multi-talented technophile, Stephen Fry, was on-hand to give his opinions on the iPad launch, as were keen customers who had queued overnight to get their hands on Apple’s tablet.
The media specialists, Wiggin, this week unveiled their 2010 Digital Entertainment Report, giving the reaction of a cross-section of UK consumers to piracy, 3D TV, Blu-ray and mobile apps. We look at the statistics to see how consumers’ attitudes to digital technology have changed in the last year, and focus on 3D TV.
The World Cup is just days away so we look back at 50 years of glory in the Which? TV test labs, and recommend our top TV for watching this year’s football action.
And in the weekly news round-up:
- How many Which? members have HDTVs? And how many watch HD content?
- Toshiba’s new waterproof, dustproof, shockproof and snowproof HD camcorder
- What does Dell’s Streak tablet have in store?
- Why should you ignore a filesharing questionnaire if you receive one in the post?
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.