On this week's episode, I talk about whether Build 2018 is still happening, will the Harmon-Kardon Invoke (and Cortana) ever get multi-user support, and should you wait for Microsoft's rumored Andromeda device or just buy a new smartphone?
Audience questions for Episode 39
- Will Build 2018 take place? Or is Microsoft skipping this year - Stijn Michiels
- Is it smart to buy an Android phone now that Microsoft's new device is around the corner? Robewms
- Do you think we will see multi-user support for the Invoke? - Jared Mahoney
Thanks, everyone, for the questions!
Small programming note: Due to me being on vacation next week there will be no episode for the week of February 10.
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