Editor's note: Tech Check is a weekly audio podcast in which CNN.com's Tech team helps break down the technology news of the week, trying to make sense of it ... and sometimes make light of it.
(CNN) -- In this week's Tech Check podcast, Doug Gross, John Sutter and Stephanie Goldberg break down news about the Sony PlayStation Network's data breach -- which some are calling the biggest in online history.
They also take on two bits of iPhone news -- the long awaited debut of the white iPhone 4 and Apple's response (finally) to news that iPhones have been tracking their users' location. Safe to say, not all critics were satisfied.
Our reader comment takes issue with Mr. Sutter over his piece on whether Friday's royal wedding would crash parts of the Internet. And our Tech Fail of the Week explains how a book about flies ends up costing $23 million on Amazon.
[Also, a special Tech Check tip of the cap this week to the creators of the podcast's music, Jimmy Binder for the opening sounds and the John Benjamin Band for our closing music, "What We Need More of Is Science."]
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