The Sams Report EP 71: Apple’s Blackberry, Microsoft’s Clipboard

Posted on December 30, 2016 by Brad Sams in Podcasts, The Sams Report with 10 Comments

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The Sams Report is a weekly podcast that dives deep into the world of Microsoft. With the company transforming the way it operates and Nadella putting his own touch on all aspects of the organization, the Sams Report breaks down the news and offers insight from insider sources.

On this episode, a new build of Windows 10 has leaked showing off a bunch of new features, there’s also a new clipboard toggle coming and Apple is heading down the path of Blackberry.

If you have any questions, you can join the chat room or find me on Twitter @bdsams.

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10 responses to “The Sams Report EP 71: Apple’s Blackberry, Microsoft’s Clipboard”

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    4801

    why do you and Paul sign up for Skype for Business, paid service much better

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    4565

    Regarding the Amazon Echo, you can name one Alexa and one Echo so you don't activate both.

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    6672

    T-h-u-r-r-o-t-t, and perhaps a wee bit less coffee. Carry on...

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    5485

    Comparing Apple to Blackberry because of iMessage ... its a forceful bridge ... wishful thinking? Why on earth?

    But I agree that they should support iMessage / SMS on Windows. Its not really a feature that makes people switch platforms anyway. They are just hurting their users that opt for another PC platform by not doing so.

    A bit like when MS did not support the iPhone or iPad with Office

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    5714

    Blackberry?  I love how a site dedicate to news about Microsoft can't help themselves and must talk about Apple to generate page clicks. 

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    5553

    AAPL is the new IBM ?

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    5553

    Cutting production 10%?

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