Welcome to Episode 36 of the Observed Tech PODCAST as we kick off the coverage of CES 2012.

In this show we discuss the Tech Podcasts Network live coverage of this years Consumer Electronics Show and our partnership with them to simulcast the show from the site which you will find embedded on our main page.  Amongst the subjects we cover in this show are Windows Phone and updates; Kinect for Windows robots; turning your Windows PC into a Windows Media Center machine; new photo sharing service from Warner Brothers; bouncing lottery checks in Illinois; meet your spouse while playing Word with Friends; Facebook Timeline scams; Ramnit worm swipes 45,000 Facebook passwords; NASA Shuttle program announced 40 years ago; independent devs get some increases for XBL Arcade titles; Microsoft and Nokia spending $200 million in US for marketing Windows Phone; Choplifter HD out this week; everything about passwords is wrong; refresh and reset your Windows 8 PC; storage in Windows 8; Chrome gets punished by Google; identity theft protection tips; Comet making and selling forged Windows CDs; 1 million Kindle Fires sold; Windows 7 will take over Windows XP usage in four months; Commodore 64 turns 30; partitioning your hard drives; Windows Phone Metro Design Series; Meet Ask Ziggy and the top 10 spam, malware and cyber security stories of 2011.

As usual we wrap up with a look at the past week on WindowsObserver.com

Links to all the stories and sources are in the show notes below.

Enjoy and as always thanks for listening!


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WindowsObserver.com Week in Review:

Date Produced: 09 January 2012

Length: 44:07

Format: MP3, 128KBPS

Size: 40.4MB

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