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As you know, October 6th is a big day for Microsoft. Windows Central will be at the launch event in New York City to cover all the new products that will be announced. We expect to see new Surfaces, Lumias, second-gen Band 2, and more. You can read Dan's post on what to expect from Microsoft's Windows 10 devices event for more details. We'll upload our hands-on videos as soon as we can, so make sure you've subscribed to be notified as soon as they're available.
We're also planning to add more weekly video content to our channel. Our #AskDanWindows episodes have been getting positive feedback from you so far, and we're in the process of bringing back the podcast. We have ideas for other series as well, and we'll share them with you when we're ready.
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Timeline support is being removed from Microsoft Launcher on Android
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What if headphones, were beans? That's what Samsung asked itself, and then ultimately answered with the Galaxy Buds Live. But are these pricey earbuds worth it? Or do they not even amount to a hill of beans. Beans beans beans beans.
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Use these PCIe 4.0 motherboards with the GeForce RTX 3070 GPU
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