The latest episode of our Xbox and Microsoft podcast, the #OneCast, is now available and accessible through major podcast distribution services. This week we recap the Xbox-related announcements of Build 2016, discuss the Windows 10 Anniversary Update and changes revealed in the latest version of HoloLens.
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OneCast is our Xbox and Microsoft podcast, hosted by the staff of Windows Central. A new episode of the OneCast is recorded each week, with topics surrounding Microsoft news and the gaming industry.
This week's discussions
- 00:00:00 - Universal Windows Apps on Xbox One
- 00:09:45 - Xbox One Dev Mode
- 00:13:30 - Windows 10 Anniversary Update
- 00:33:20 - HoloLens improvements at Build 2016
- 00:47:05 - Quantum Break review scores
- 01:14:20 - Weekly #AskOneCast: What unannounced Xbox 360 games do you want for Xbox One backwards compatibility?
This week's hosts
Ask OneCast giveaways!
Every week we'll be discussing an Xbox or Microsoft-related question from the audience, so make sure to submit them via our Twitter accounts (@mattjbrown and @JezCorden) using the #OneCast hashtag, via email, or in the comments below. If we select your question, this week, you'll win a copy of Quantum Break for Xbox One!
Further reading on this week's topics
- Review: Quantum Break
- Quantum Break: The Ultimate Buyer's Guide (US Edition)
- Experiencing the latest version of HoloLens at Build 2016
- Anniversary Update for Xbox One to bring Cortana, background music, and more
- A unified Windows and Xbox Store is coming
- Xbox Dev Mode turns any Xbox One console into a development kit, preview due today
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