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Andrew details his real experience using Windows Phone 8.1 Update for the first time. How has Windows Phone evolved compared to other mobile OSes? Andrew and Paul also discuss the pervasiveness of social media. Is social media changing the way we behave?
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Andrew picks the Winegard FlatWave HDTV Antenna. John picks Pushbullet, a service you can use to push links, pictures, and notes between devices.
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This is Behind the Counter's 100th Episode spectacular. Rich and Jon talk about the past 100 episodes and 100 years as well as finally show their comic con footage from New York Comic Con 2013. They talk about this years Comic Con, what they are most looking forward to, and of course they talk about the world of cosplay!
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Google confirms the Heartbleed bug does affect millions of Android devices. Will users ever see a patch for their Android device? Andrew and John discuss Google's Project Ara modular smartphone. Will smartphones of the future be modular? New details and pictures leak of Amazon's purported smartphone. Do we need yet another smartphone brand to choose from? Google Glass sells out in a single day sale. Why are people so interested in Google Glass? And NASA discovers the most Earth-like planet yet. Could we all have doppelgangers 500 light years away?
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Mat Men hits 50 Episodes with this gem from Andrew, Rich, and Jon. They talk how it looks like the business is on the up after such an emphasis on characters has come back. They talk RAW, the WWE Network, TNA, potential signings and matches as well as talking about wrestling fandom in general.
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Andrew and Paul discuss the Windows Phone 8.1 update. What's notable in the update? Andrew talks about Microsoft announcing Skype TX for broadcasters. Will Microsoft finally deliver a version of Skype perfect for broadcasters? Newly leaked photos and specs purport to show an Amazon phone. Does Amazon have any business getting into the smartphone market? Andrew and Paul also speculate on the future of mobile computer. Will tablets and smartphones become more mainstream than desktop for work?