A listener has a Windows 10 Media Center replacement. Comcast has good news for 360 users, but Plex has bad news. There’s a new Windows 10 Mobile release, and game streaming from Xbox One has gotten better.
New media playback features in Windows 10, Xbox DVR details, Audible app updates for Windows users, an update to Windows RT, and the rebirth of Sage TV. All this, and more, as we look at the week's Microsoft entertainment technology news.
Josh is back, and it's a good thing, because there's a lot going on! Remember that guide data update we discussed? Yeah, that didn't go so well for many. But hey…Windows 10 is here, so that's good, right? Unless you use Media Center.
While Josh is away, Marques Lyons joins us to discuss the latest Microsoft entertainment news. Microsoft aligns Media Center's program guide data with Xbox, Windows' Music and Video apps get renamed again (don't get Marques started), and the recent write-down of all things Nokia doesn't necessarily mean the end of Windows Phone.
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.
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.
We take an in-depth look at Xbox Music. Microsoft releases an Xbox One TV tuner. Edge is bringing 7.1 audio to the web browser. Charter is buying Time Warner Cable, and Josh goes off about Windows 10...again!
One man switches from Windows Media Center to Plex for his movie library while another is attempting to save Media Center. There were a couple of big releases for the Xbox One, and the guys are trying to understand Microsoft's plans for keeping Windows Phones updated.