This week’s Which? tech podcast takes a look at problems consumers are experiencing with the iPhone 4’s proximity sensor, as we reveal the results from our independent lab tests.
Which? researcher Ben Stevens is in the studio to share his experiences of the Sony NEX-5 digital camera which offers interchangeable lenses, as well as a novel 3D panoramic photography feature.
TV expert Jack Turner reports on internet and TV convergence, including interactive movie features using Blu-ray Live.
Katie Waller joins the podcast team to discuss the government’s latest announcements regarding digital radio switchover, and what it means for consumers.
There’s also news of some people suddenly losing the Freeview EPG from their digital TV set-top box – Which? finds out what’s going on, and what you should do if you’re affected.
And in the weekly news round-up:
- Facebook’s panic button – the social network bows to pressure from Ceop to protect its users
- TalkTalk and BT’s objections to the Digital Economy Bill
- Panasonic announces online film rental direct to your TV
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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