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Wednesday - October 27th, 2021

Observed Tech PODCAST Episode 183 #OTP

Welcome to Episode 183 of Observed Tech. Since Star Wars: The Force Awakens was released last week I start off by talking about seeing the movie, so spoilers of course, and some of the possibilities that you have in Windows to connect with the movie and its properties. Next up for discussion is the big list of Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps that were released and/or updated last week by some very big name companies including the Wall Street Journal, Netflix and American Express. It seems like UWP just might work as Microsoft wants it to by bringing apps and services to the Windows 1o desktop and mobile. I then catch you up on my participation in the #LumiaTrials where I am putting a Lumia 950 through its paces and the discussion that myself and fellow MVP Shawn Keene had on Blab last week about the hardware and Continuum. Of course lots of updates in this show about Windows 10 including the latest builds and updates for desktop, mobile, info about when existing handsets will get the new OS and release of the first Redstone build for Insiders. After that we hit on some OneDrive storage and placeholder news, how IE is going to make sure you are on the latest version starting next month and some HoloLens news. Throughout the show you will also find other tidbits of interest so dive in and have fun catching up. Until next time enjoy the show and thanks for listening.

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Observed Tech PODCAST Episode 121

Welcome to Episode 121 and the month of March – hard to believe we are already two months into 2014. Of course tech news does not seem to know any such thing as calendar dates or the passage of time so once again our list of things to talk about is extensive. Leading off this episode we discuss the Windows 8.1 Update 1 release date, a Windows Phone scavenger hunt for a chance to win a Nokia Lumia 1020 or 1520 as well as many other prizes, the fact that Windows 8.1 is a keyboard users dream OS, preparing to move from Windows XP to Windows 8.1, the Direction of Microsoft Windows and the early retirement of Apple’s Snow Leopard OS which leaves users vulnerable. Of course that is not the end of things to keep an eye on. Here are other items that come up during the show Western Digital TV Live Media Player Giveaway Reminder – great chances right now, WinZip returns, Julie Larsen-Green’s job change, What experts try to tell you about Microsoft, Binging for 100GB of OneDrive Storage, OneDrive for Business apps for iOS and Windows, Nokia at World Mobile Congress and X marking the spot, Microsoft and Nokia X phones, Skyping on Nokia X, Nokia Awards at MWC, IE11 on Windows Phone 8.1, Samsung’s Windows Phone, IDC predicts smartphone growth to hit single digits in three years, Why IT likes Windows Phone, Windows Phone 8.1 features, HP Pavilion x360 2 in 1, Surface gets a champion, NFL and Surface, Xbox One Product of the Year, Xbox One gets a Twitch, Xbox One Price Drop in UK, Facebook will keep your privacy even after you die, Facebook Email is done, Facebook Messenger for Windows shutting down, Tweetium App for Windows, Microsoft confirms Windows 8.1 Spring Update, Windows and the race for the bottom, Low cost Windows PC’s, Free Windows, Standalone Enterprise version of Windows, Xbox Music App updates, Office 365 growth, Office 2013 Service Pack 1, Glympse and Samsung, BlackBerry World and App Security, Open Source Microsoft Employee, Mobile Messaging Clients Comparison, Password Tribulations, Security Focused Blackphone, New $49 TiVo video streamer, Top 100 Education Apps on Windows 8, Offline Backup and Amazon mulling streaming music service for Prime subscribers. Until next time enjoy the show and thanks for listening.

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