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Paul debunks the latest alleged leaked screen shots of Windows 9 with the return of the start menu. Why do bloggers write untrue articles about Microsoft products? Paul also comments on how the biggest cuts ever at Microsoft reflect upon Microsoft’s newest CEO Satya Nadella. Andrew and Paul discuss the dichotomy of Steve and and Tim Cook. How do they differ as the head of Apple? And Paul speculates on the future of Windows Phone.

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Microsoft announces plans to cut as many as 18,000 employees, most from their recently acquired Nokia devices division. What does this mean for the future of Windows Phone? BlackBerry announces it is building their own virtual assistant, BlackBerry Assistant. Apple and IBM forge a partnership to put more iOS devices in the workplace. What enterprise level apps could we see? Latest rumors say as many as 3 different iWatches could be launching this  year. Google Plus let’s you finally choose any name you want, well sort of. And Andrew and John discuss the awful Comcast retention phone call.

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Microsoft announces it will cut as many as 18,000 jobs, their largest ever cuts. Andrew and Paul dive into the reasons behind Microsoft’s decision. What does this mean for the recently acquired Nokia devices division? Andrew and Paul also discuss the ever changing landscape of devices. Is Microsoft watering down the market with cheaper licensing of Windows?vc_column_text]

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Andrew and Paul address criticism of their coverage of Google I/O. Did What The Tech and others cover Google I/O fairly? Andrew and Paul also discuss new details regarding Windows 9 aka Threshold. Will the start menu returning in Windows 9 convince Windows 7 users to upgrade to Windows 9? Plus Andrew and Paul discuss what suffices as good enough. Is a Chromebook good enough for most users?

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Andrew and Paul review the Google I/O keynote. Did Google hit it out of the park? Andrew asks Paul if Microsoft ever had a great keynote. Paul ponders whether or not Google knows too much info about you. Andrew and Paul discuss whether or not Google’s new Material Design is a fully realized product. Google unveiled their vision for Android in the car. Is an agnostic platform the future of smartphone connected vehicles? Andrew and Paul also talk about Android TV and Android wear.

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Andrew and Paul discuss the many announces from Apple’s WWDC 14 keynote. What do Andrew and Paul think of Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, and iOS 8? Paul criticizes Apple for calling iOS 8 full new version of iOS. Should it really be called iOS 7.1 or 7.5? Andrew and Paul also comment on the lack of any hardware announcements. Why didn’t Apple announces any hardware? Amazon plans a launch invite for June 18. Will they announce a 3D smartphone? And Intel announces new chips. What do these new Intel chips mean for future devices?

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