Microsoft improves online video searching, TuneIn Radio and PBS Kids come to Xbox One, new builds of Windows 10 launch for PCs and phones, two HoloLens devices are lost to science, and Hulu partners up with Showtime.
Chris and Taylor talk about Apple Music, and the new Google radio feature and a few other odds and ends. Chris reviews a pair of Bluetooth headphones, and we end with a public service announcement and a tip of the week.
Xbox One, is a well-built games machine. It also offers various forms of entertainment. Go a bit more beneath the surface, and you find a console that's also quietly forming a hub for a variety of interests.
Xbox MVP, and DMZ contributor, Marques Lyons presents a video, via the Microsoft MVP Program, on cutting the cord using the Xbox One console. Plus, there's some discussion about news offered at the E3 gaming expo.
DMZ colleague Josh Pollard joins Richard to mark 50 episodes of Home: On over the past two years and discuss what’s changed in their respective homes as the industry continues to grow and evolve. And with HomeKit products releasing now, you can be sure they spent some time talking about that hot mess plus a bit of other smarthome news.
Microsoft is killing a killer product. Apple Music isn't a music revolution. Microsoft is scooping their own E3 press conference. Verizon is launching a new Windows Phone, and Plex is getting more secure.