We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Daniel Rubino and Zac Bowden have biggest news stories of the week for Windows users. Microsoft has been demoing their dual-screen Surface 'Centaurus' device for some of their employees. A group of UWP developers have banded together for an annual 'Launch' event of new apps. Daniel is especially excited about updates to the myTube app.
They also discuss Google Stadia and talk about what they look forward to from Microsoft at E3.
This episode of the Windows Central Podcast was streamed live on June 7 2019.
- Microsoft reportedly teased dual-screen Surface 'Centaurus' for employees
- UWP developers christen annual 'Launch' event with major myTube update, 3 new apps
- Stadia: What you need to know about Google's game streaming service
- Microsoft teases next-gen Xbox 'Scarlet' ahead of its big E3 2019 show
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