We're back for another podcast episode, number 167. This week we talk Windows Phone 8.1, Cortana, the Lumia Icon, Nokia's Android phones and dual booting devices. As well as sharing some of our favourite apps and updates from the past couple of weeks.
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Windows Phone Central podcast, episode 167 for 20 March, 2014
The news you care about
- Windows Phone 8.1 SDK leaks
- We check out the rumored features
- Nokia Lumia Icon review
- Cortana leak information
- Don't leak things kids
Apps worth your attention
- Blink and you might miss this new look
- Breaking news
- Mixradio update
- Facebook Messenger, how is it doing?
- Rayman fiesta run
Conversation this week
- Nokia's Android offerings and how they will really affect Windows Phone
- What is happening with dual booting phones?
- Windows 8.1 spring update is just around the corner, should you patch early?
- Comments from last time
- Live questions and comments
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Rich Edmonds - @RichEdmonds
Jay Bennett - @JayTBennett
Paul Acevedo - @PaulRAcevedo
Sam Sabri - @samsabri
Michael Archambault - @marcham93
Mark Guim - @markguim
Abby Baxi - @baxiabhishek
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