We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Zac and Daniel talk about the apparent internal disconnect within Microsoft when it comes to reliably bringing Windows 10 updates to the Surface product line. There are new updates to Teams that can help make online meetings more tolerable.
They also discuss positioning and expectations for the upcoming Surface Duo — Microsoft didn't set out to make an Android phone. They set out to make a Surface phone that happens to run Android.
An Xbox event is set for July 23 where we expect to see more titles announced and hopefully more in-game footage. The Amazon Prime Video app is out now for Windows 10, and the guys round out the show with some chat about new laptops.
This episode of the Windows Central Podcast was recorded on July 10th 2020.
- Microsoft still blocking Surface devices from latest version of Windows 10 | Windows Central
- Microsoft Teams 'Together Mode' makes meetings feel like you're in the same room | Windows Central
- Microsoft Teams meetings get more interactive with live reactions, chat bubbles, more | Windows Central
- Microsoft doesn't need to give Android fans good reasons for the Surface Duo's existence | Windows Central
- Xbox Series X games event set for July 23, with Halo Infinite and more | Windows Central
- Amazon Prime Video app for Windows 10 is now live and working | Windows Central
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