What you need to know
- Our executive editor Daniel Rubino joined This Week in Tech to discuss the latest trending topics in the tech world.
- Rubino talked about Microsoft, Magic Leap, Twitter, and Elon Musk.
- Windows 3.1's 30th birthday, Reddit's Place, and the recent Windows 11 event were also on the show's agenda.
Our executive editor Daniel Rubino recently jumped on This Week in Tech to discuss all the trending news in the world of technology. The recent Windows 11 event, Microsoft combatting Russian cybercrime, and the birthday of Windows 3.1 were just some of the topics discussed on the show.
TWiT was hosted by Leo Laporte this week. Rubino joined other guests, Doc Rock and Mike Elgan, to talk about the biggest news.
The episode is a hair under three hours long, so there a quite a few topics discussed. Here are some of the key points that relate to Windows and Microsoft from the show's agenda:
- Windows powers the future of hybrid work.
- Please don't use this new Windows 11 feature.
- NVIDIA Broadcast App: AI-Powered Voice and Video.
- Microsoft takes down APT28 domains used in attacks against Ukraine.
- Unreal Engine 5 is finally ready to power a new generation of games.
- r/Place and the battle of pixels.
- Windows 3.1 is officially 30 years old.
Other interesting topics include Elon Musk buying a large stake in Twitter, baseball players being allowed to use anti-sign-stealing technology, and Amtrak streaming an empty railroad car on Twitch as part of a disagreement with freight rail companies.
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