Tag: ThinkPad

Monday - June 17th, 2024

Observed Tech PODCAST Episode 278 #OTP

This week was busy for Windows Insiders with new client builds as we learned Skip Ahead for Windows 10 19H1 is now closed for new comers. In addition, one of the Fast Ring builds confirmed that Redstone 5 will be known officially as Windows 10 Version 1809. There was tons of app news this week with updates to several inbox and third party apps plus one instance of an app being pulled from production devices. Of course, there are many other items sprinkled throughout the show so stay tuned all the way until the end. As always, thanks for listening.

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Observed Tech PODCAST Episode 271 #OTP

This week I begin with some news about an Xbox Game Pass giveaway and then dive into all the juicy news including heavy duty Andromeda hardware rumors/leaks, the latest feature to be dropped from RS5, and the fast pace which the April 2018 Update is landing on Windows 10 systems. I also get to share with you about a classic piece of Microsoft hardware that is back on my desktop, improvements around facial recognition, Google almost having a shot at GitHub before Microsoft scooped them up and maybe Microsoft is not bailing on consumers after all. Of course, there are other things throughout the show so be sure you listen all the way to the end to catch everything. As always enjoy the show and thanks again for listening!

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Observed.Tech PODCAST Episode 235 #OTP

Welcome to Episode 235 of Observed.Tech. This week I start the show off by sharing with you about my trip up to New York City for Lenovo’s transform event. Although the event was definitely focused on data centers and enterprise computing, there was certainly plenty to extrapolate about consumer tech including the 25 year anniversary of the ThinkPad brand, augmented reality, and PC as a Service (PCaaS). I then jump into plenty of Windows 10 news such as an easy method for sharing quick pieces of data between connected devices, hands on with the latest build of Windows 10 Redstone 3, and the release of Office 365 to Education with Microsoft Teams. Spread throughout the show you will also find mentions of other tidbits such as the prevailing view of Windows 10 S, typing with your voice using the new Dictate project from the Microsoft Garage, Microsoft’s anti-virus approach when it comes to third party vendors, and Amazon Web Services looking into mixed reality. As always enjoy the show and thanks again for listening!

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