Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss Microsoft’s Pluton security chip, the first Apple Silicon reviews, Windows 10, Microsoft Search, and so much more.
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App pick of the week: Google Photos
Google will no longer offer unlimited free storage of photos. Good. It’s still the best photo service out there and storage is cheap.
App pick of the week #2: Halo it up
With Halo 4 remastered on PC and Halo: MCC optimized for Series X|S, it’s time to revisit some old friends.
Enterprise pick of the week: Dataflex, Project Oakdale and now, Dataverse
Whatever you call CDS these days, it’s now generally available in Teams. As are Power Platform tools and third-party apps for Teams meetings.
Codename pick of the week: Sabre
Sabre looks like it might be the codename for the Pluton processor. (Thanks Walking Cat)
And we now know what CBL stands for in CBL-Mariner Linux! Sadly, it’s not Canadian Bacon Linux
Beer pick of the week: Torch and Crown King Elizabeth Barleywine
Barleywine in a can? Yes, you can. King Elizabeth is from Torch and Crown, Manhattan, NY’s only brewery – which just opened for drinking and eating on premises recently. (They’ve also been a reliable delivery supplier since earlier this year.) King Elizabeth seems to be their brewery cat in their Bronx.