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Richard Hay

Jacksonville, FL

Description: Keeping an eye on Windows and other things tech!

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Observed Tech PODCAST Episode 53

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Welcome to Episode 53 of the Observed Tech PODCAST. 

In this show we talk about SpaceX and their successful launch; Yahoo entering and leaving the browser space in less than a week; potentially 500 million devices could be running Windows 8; deaths on cell phone towers; WordPress 3.4 coming soon; Facebook’s IPO shenanigans; the private space industry is here; need Windows Phone Mango to access marketplace now; fake Hotmail alerts and support phone calls from Microsoft; Paramount shares their video library with Amazon prime; buy a PC now and get a $15 Windows 8 upgrade later; Wall Street Journal comes to Windows Phone; Microsoft quietly releases their own social network; be careful when on a hotel’s Internet connection; faster booting Windows 8 PC’s; enhancing multiple monitors on Windows 8; farewell to Windows Zero on Windows 8; new apps for Windows 8 Release Preview for news, sports and travel; Windows Mobile is now a dinosaur with no marketplace; Microsoft Hardware turns 30; Ring of Fire eclipse video; Samsung Focus dominated first gen Windows Phone sales; help build the starship USS ENTERPRISE; Comcast bails on data caps and Jeff Fong, the mind behind the Metro Interface at Microsoft, named to Fast Companies Top 100 Designers in Business list.

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!

Show Links:

WindowsObserver.com Week in Review:

Date Produced: 24 May 2012

Length: 40:27

Format: MP3, 128KBPS

Size: 37.1MB

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