Welcome to Episode 49 of the Observed Tech PODCAST.
In this weeks show we talk about Space Shuttle Discovery’s flight to DC this past week and the upcoming SpaceX Dragon Launch to the ISS; we discuss the continuing sales story of the Nokia Lumia 900; crossing the 1,000 download level for our WindowsObserver App Version 2.1; Office for Mac 2011 SP2 being pulled from auto updates; getting an invite into the Windows Store for developers; Sony launching a cloud based storage service for their devices; Verizon backing Microsoft in the smartphone wars; still a lot of Macs infected with the Flashback Trojan; lots of new Windows 7 themes and wallpapers from Microsoft; Trials Evolution breaking Xbox Live Arcade one day sales records; WordPress security update release; using a VHD to dual boot Windows 8 Consumer Preview; Microsoft beats analysts and has a good quarter; PC shipments up in 1st quarter worldwide; Google wants to analyze your inbox habits; Windows Phone feature suggestion website; apparently Windows Phone 8 will not work on all hardware; Amazon Web Services used by one third of Internet users; Amazon Web Services opens a marketplace for AWS services; Apple offers free Mountain Lion upgrade to MobileMe users; remembering Dick Clark via Social media; unique resignation video; updated Windows Phone Translator app; the DreamSpark advantage for students; Gmail outage lights up Twitter and how your Klout score can help you find a date.
As usual we wrap up with a look at the past week on WindowsObserver.com.
Check out the notes below for links to all the sources.
Enjoy and as always thanks for listening!
WindowsObserver.com Week in Review:
Date Produced: 22 April 2012
Format: MP3, 128KBPS
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