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  • Windows Weekly 466: Callipygous

    Windows Weekly 466: Callipygous

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    In this episode of Windows Weekly, Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley and I discuss Microsoft selling its feature phone business, the Windows 7 convenience rollup, a new build of Windows 10 Mobile for Insiders, Windows 10 auto-upgrade news, a new OneDrive app, and tons of tips and picks.

    Google I/O 2016: Google Allo and Duo

    Google I/O 2016: Google Allo and Duo

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    While Google Home understandably received the most attention from the Google I/O day one keynote, the search giant also revealed a stunning array of other products and services it will deliver throughout 2016. Two of the biggest are Allo and Duo, two new mobile solutions for Android and iOS.

    Google I/O 2016: Google Finally Comes Home

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    On Wednesday, Google broadcast the day one keynote for its 10th annual I/O conference, with most of the announcements pertaining to products and services that won't ship for many months. The biggest was for a product called Google Home, which brings its conversational digital personal assistant technologies to your home for the first time.

    No More Lumias?

    No More Lumias?

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    Today, Microsoft announced that it is selling its unprofitable feature phone business to a new Foxconn subsidiary. But the bigger news, buried in a single sentence of the Microsoft announcement is this: The software giant just suggested that it no longer produce new Lumia smart phones.

    Thurrott Daily: May 16

    Thurrott Daily: May 16

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    Tech tidbits from around the web: A Games with Gold reminder, Microsoft is shutting down Project Spark, Microsoft Band not working properly with Windows 10 Mobile, Microsoft to tackle your digital memories, and Google may have inadvertently (pre) announced a new service called Spaces.

    Fitbit Alta vs. Microsoft Band 2

    Fitbit Alta vs. Microsoft Band 2

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    Last week in the article Fixing Microsoft Band, I listed several ways in which I think Microsoft should improve its wearable device. But in doing so, I realized that theFitbit Alta already did pretty much everything I wanted. How does this wearable compare to Microsoft Band 2 overall?

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