Welcome to Episode 77 where we talk about Microsoft’s tablet journey to Surface; Nikon’s updated cloud photo storage; Surface RT users experiencing strange update issue after January system updates and Microsoft will provide fix in first week of February; electronics free zones in your home; tech journalists explains why they will keep Surface RT instead of getting Surface Pro; Sony waits for Microsoft to reveal Xbox Next; IE10 for Windows 7 almost ready; LTE uses will grow to 1 billion in next three years; Big Bang Theory star creates new TV series about real life prodigies; license fee for Swedish tablet users; the arrival of convertible devices; AMD says they suffered from slow Windows 8 launch; Microsoft investing in Dell privatization efforts; great time to be a gadget buyer; Apple stock takes big hit after record quarter; Sony fined nearly $400K for data hack; Nokia officially reports fourth quarter numbers; Nokia will now start paying for Windows Phone licensing; mobile traffic doubled from 2011 to 2012; free online courses from universities for credit; ATT U-Verse suffers major outage; Surface Pro pricing is just right; Microsoft helps with your data privacy; WikiCancel helps you figure out how to delete accounts from various services; free URLScan tool from Microsoft; questions answered on Windows Phone App Flow; Surface Pro enters the spotlight and will be available on 09 February 2013; those Windows 8 upgrade prices and what they mean to you; help from Microsoft as you prepare to move to new Office related technologies and software updates; a Windows Store App for browsing Windows Phone apps on Windows 8 and replacing a desktop keyboard.
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Date Produced: 24 January 2013
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