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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 68

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Welcome to Episode 68 of the show.

In this episode we cover a wide range of subjects including, but not limited to, Consumer Camp Orlando; HP Windows 8 Chat; Tweetro hitting Twitter’s 100K token limit and the spike of traffic we have seen on WindowsObserver.com since the weekend; Windows Phone 8 launch; getting lucky and purchasing a Nokia Lumia 920 at upgrade pricing after getting the Lumia 900 on day 1 earlier this year; podcasts on Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8; a family experiments by getting a Microsoft Surface instead of an iPad; Microsoft Surface surviving not one but two road rash drop tests; Skype and Messengers merger and new program updates on both Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8; taking a look at the app infrastructure as you decide what Windows Phone 8 hardware to buy; changes in the Windows Phone Store; lack of podcast support in Windows 8 and just a couple of podcast apps in the Windows Store; flash player updates now being delivered to Windows users on Patch Tuesday; Lenovo becomes biggest maker of portable PC and the post PC era lives on; student pricing on Microsoft software; Windows Personalization Gallery modern makeover; big name apps in the Windows Store; 4 million Windows 8 upgrades sold first weekend; Microsoft Office is coming to iOS, Android and the Xbox Surface gaming tablet is coming.

Enjoy and as always thanks for listening!

All of this episodes show links are available at our WiKi – Show Links: Observed Tech PODCAST Episode 68

Date Produced: 12 November 2012

Length: 34:32

Format: MP3, 128KBPS

Size: 31.7MB

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