Josh and Richard are back from Las Vegas, and looking forward to what 2015 has in store. Cable Labs made a change that impacts users attempting to use CableCARD in non-Windows Media Center environments, and Ceton and SiliconDust are prepared for it. Microsoft apparently doesn’t think they’ve released enough low-end Windows Phones, so they’ve announced two more. Anyone using the original Kinect for Windows may need to look at upgrading. Microsoft has a big Windows 10 event coming up. The guys briefly discuss what may be planned. Mainstream support for Windows 7 has ended, but the sky is not falling. The Xbox One has a new preview update. It’s great news for owners of the TV tuner, and Microsoft is enabling more processing power of Xbox One games. If you’re not listening live, you’re missing a lot of fun. Join us next week for the live recording of episode 312 on Wednesday, January 21st at 8:00pm ET!
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- Cable Labs Changes OCUR Specification Expanding Copy-Freely Content – MythTV Users Rejoice
- Beta firmware candidate for InfiniTV available – 184.108.40.206
- SiliconDust HDHomeRun Prime software updated
- Microsoft announces the super-affordable Lumia 435 and Lumia 532
- MICROSOFT TO DISCONTINUE ORIGINAL KINECT FOR WINDOWS
- Live webcast details for our Windows 10 media briefing next week
- Windows 7 support: What happens on January 13, 2015?
- Xbox One February System Update: Game hubs and TV updates now in Preview
- Microsoft Opens Up More CPU Power On Xbox One
- Microsoft and Turn 10 Studios to debut Ford’s all-new GT in Forza Motorsport 6
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