Every older person I’ve ever talked to about current events usually begin or end the conversation with “Today’s generation just doesn’t care about current affairs.” First, yeah we do. Secondly if you want us to take in more information you’ve got to present said information in a medium in which we understand. . . .
Read More: Windows Phone App Flow: The News is Next
Before our Thanksgiving break we took a look at the best apps for watching video on your Windows Phone whether you were looking for music videos or that latest funny video via YouTube. This week we’re taking a look at that other predominant medium, audio.
While there is built in podcast . . .
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Over the last few months I’ve heard dozens of reasons for why people decided to pick up a Windows Phone. As we discussed last week, for many it was “pocket to picture”. For a large number it was Live Tiles. What I’ve never heard is someone mention video playback as a core . . .
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All Windows Phone users have heard it before. When Microsoft designed Windows Phone they wanted to make it easier to do the things that people do with their smartphone. So what do a majority of smartphone users do at least once a day? They take a picture. This week we’ve got a . . .
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For three years I’ve listened to tech luminary Paul Thurrott on his Windows Weekly Podcast tell us about the future of computing and cloud integration. I laughed at his repeated attempts to convince the wider geek public that anything stored on your hard drive was how the cavemen would do it. I scoffed at his repeated attempts to explain his complicated network of Google Calendars and desktop clients that pulled them to his computer. One day, in January I stopped laughing.