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On this week's episode, we share our impressions of Quantum Break after receiving a copy ahead of the public release. While we're only able to share our opinions on the game's first act, we've made sure to answer all the questions you sent our way!

We'll also be giving away a copy of Quantum Break for listeners of our podcast! Tune in to find out how!

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Yesterday afternoon, I and Richard Devine were special guests on the recently launched MS Mobile Show (MSMobileshow.com) talking about Windows 10, flagship phones, Microsoft Band and more with hosts JJ Hammond and Vernon E L Smith.

In case you missed the live broadcast, you can now download the podcast to your favorite device, stream the audio, or watch the video hangout on YouTube.

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While Paul Thurrott is away in some exotic, non-Windows world, our own Daniel Rubino jumped in to guest on this week's episode of TWiTs Windows Weekly alongside Leo Laporte and Mary Jo Foley. If you missed it live, then the good news is the recorded version is online for you to watch or listen to at your leisure!

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Windows Central Podcast: Live in Las Vegas!

The rumors were true, the Windows Central podcast made a triumphant return at CES 2015! Or more technically, the Windows Central Podcast debuted with episode 1, or something, since we've not got together since the site rebrand.

Either way, we were in Las Vegas, we had a bunch of cool cameras and a stage, so broke out the podcast.

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I do not listen to many podcasts due to lack of time, but if there is one I always tune into, it is Windows Weekly with Paul Thurrott, Mary Jo Foley and Leo Laporte. It is the go-to show for all things Microsoft with some of the industry's biggest hitters discussing the latest news.

Paul Thurrott is on vacation this week, so while he is absent I have been graciously asked to fill in for the afternoon. The show is live-streamed on TWiT.tv starting at 2 PM ET (11 AM PT or 18:00 GMT), so make sure you if you do not regularly watch, you do so today!

Just head to TWiT.tv in two hours for the fun!

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