Windows Weekly 235
Recorded: November 17, 2011
Published: November 17, 2011
- Microsoft's annual shareholder meeting
- Ballmer, Gates answer questions about Microsoft's late entry to the tablet market, whether we're in a post-PC world, and whether Microsoft should be broken up.
- Nokia exec reveals plans for new phones, Windows 8 tablet ... In June 2012!
- You gotta love the French.
- Windows Phone: WE'RE NUMBER THREE!
- A new study says that Windows Phone blows by Blackberry to become the number three mobile platform targeted by developers. WINNING! (Cough)
- Celebrating 10 years of Xbox
- Only a few of them spent waiting on a red-ringed console
- Windows Embedded ... WHAT?!
- Why does Microsoft have so many different embedded versions of Windows? It's time to consolidate. And maybe just get rid of a few.
- Amazon Fire arrives
- Is it the real deal? And why are there suddenly so many Kindle devices? Plus: An early peek at my shocking Kindle Touch review.
Tip of the Week: Disconnect Me
- Use http://disconnect.me/ to stop third parties and search engines from tracking
the webpages you go to and searches you do. Requires Chrome, Firefox, or Safari.
Software Pick of the Week: yourTunes
- lets you copy those iTunes playlists into Zune so you can use them with Windows Phone.
- Link URL and optional brief description
- Audible URL
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