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Microsoft's Ben Rudolph and Terry Myerson recap their favorite Build 2014 announcements

Windows Phone 8.1. Windows 8.1 Update 1. Cortana.

Ben and Terry are unsurprisingly excited about the announcements of Build 2014. Watch this video to find out why.

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Microsoft's Ben Rudolph and Terry Myerson recap their favorite Build 2014 announcements

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Do you know why I like Microsoft? Its because they have a vision for the industry they are a part of. No matter where their products stand, they are shaping the awesomeness of technology that is about to come. WP FTW!

Exactly. In contrast to their competitors, Microsoft are all about the good of technology in general. The others are just about themselves.

Universal apps and Modern apps running in resizable windows for desktop users will be the game changer.

It changes everything.

So did I. But it's good to have it there for people who didn't know what the update brings. It clearly indicates one of the key new features.