Windows Central Podcast 19: Yearly Stuff

What could Microsoft be announcing at its recently announced Hardware event on October 26th? What do we think of the latest Insider Preview build? All that, and more, on this weeks Windows Central podcast.

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Zac Bowden
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Zac Bowden is a Senior Editor at Windows Central. Bringing you exclusive coverage into the world of Windows on PCs, tablets, phones, and more. Also an avid collector of rare Microsoft prototype devices! Keep in touch on Twitter: @zacbowden.

  • Thank goodness I changed the day of my weekly supermarket visit until midweek :-)
    Now I'll have something to listen to instead of tinny badly sung covers
  • Awesome podcast! It's nice to have a great person like Dan and as always, Zac's hair is really something (hint hint WinBeta past podcast)
  • Oh, how can you tease us with that??  So it's HP then?  They've picked up the Windows phone mantle so makes sense... or the dark hourse candidate, WhartonBrooks/Cerulean.. hmmmm
  • Hourse? Lol lol.
  • Nice podcast! It made my 13 mile trike ride go by quickly.
  • Zac B!... Let's make a deal. Let me, and you make a deal... If there is, indeed, a Surface Phone that materializes we will make Daniel Rubino twerk it on camera, and post his twerkin skilz on WC for all to see... Deal?
  • If I understood correctly, more to come from HP about Elite X3? I can't wait!!!
  • Anyone know which company is being referred to at around 17 mins 20 secs?
  • Peter Griffith (MS) is working at a small wearable company (Cloudtag inc) in the UK as Chief Creative Officer only since Aug i believe .  The company have some very interesting ECG tech 98 -99% accurate, which given the current state of play with inaccuracy in the wearable market would be a game changer for all. Apart from this connection i dont know for sure ,sorry
  • Yes, that could be a possibility. Maybe Peter Griffith hasn't "left" Microsoft as such? 
  • Seems like it's Cloudtag Inc based in U.K. Heard from a few sources that they will partner MS on this 
  • na
  • More employees have been recruited from Microsoft / Nokia by Peter Griffith (now at Cloudtag)