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Windows Phone Central podcast, episode 160 for 22 May, 2013
Conversation this week
- The Lumia Lineup completed by the 925
- Memory gap: 512MB devices are looking increasingly limited
The news you care about
Apps worth your attention
- Mass Effect Infiltrator amoungst a slew of Nokia exclusive games
- Drag Racing
- Events near me - Eventbrite app
- Windows 8: Photoshop express
- Comments from last time
- Live questions and comments
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