This week, Derek Kessler, Daniel Rubino, and Zac Bowden sidle up to the microphones to discuss the week's biggest Windows news. And what might that be? Oh, only stuff like the world's biggest gaming convention, a big update for Windows phones, and what's in store for future versions of Windows 10.
Oh, and this absolutely bonkers gaming PC cube… thing… from HP. It's so crazy you can't not talk about it, which was probably HP's idea behind it in the first place. Well played.
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- 1:38: HP Omen X
- 7:20: Gamescom 2016
- 19:58: Redstone 2
- 34:16: Windows 10 Mobile Anniversary Update
- 58:08: Amazon app
- 1:08:35: Do you think MS has any plans for an actual wearable platform with UWP support that includes more than just band? — Jeffery Young
- 1:11:25: Honest thoughts- What kind of features/specs would your ideal Microsoft-built Windows phone have? — M.L.
- 1:16:58: Will the greatness of Windows phones cause it to transcend beyond this plane of existence? — Rich Woods
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Derek Kessler is Special Projects Manager for Mobile Nations. He's been writing about tech since 2009, has far more phones than is considered humane, still carries a torch for Palm, and got a Tesla because it was the biggest gadget he could find. You can follow him on Twitter at @derekakessler.
Hi. What's up?
Splendid... Something to listen to on the drive home
According to Microsoft (at a Build 2016 session) Shazam is a Hybrid Web App. The UI and UX is a web app hosted on the server that communicates with a native song recognition component written in C++.
So glad that it just wasn't me missing the Battery Icon missing from Glance when I was charging.
Thanks for the podcast, I would suggest for the future to include an expert regarding the subject you are discussing it would make the podcast much more informative (maybe Paul A.)
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