We have a very busy show for you this week. Jason, Garry (live from a Train Station) join me to talk over the week’s digital lifestyle news including all the news coming out of Mobile World Congress. There are new Windows Phones from Nokia, new tablets from Samsung and we discuss whether you should buy a Windows Phone from anyone but Nokia.
We talk HP going back to Android for their new tablet, Jelly Bean on the Samsung Galaxy Note, XBMC, Raspberry Pi, SatNav on Windows Phone, TV apps on the Microsoft Surface and do we need a £1000 Google Chromebook Pixel.
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Links for this week:
- Nokia release Play To app for Windows Phone 8
- Internet Explorer 10 available for Windows 7
- My Movies for Windows Media Center and My Movies Home and Essentials Server Solution updated
- XBian 1.0 Alpha 5 for the Raspberry Pi released
- HP announce the Slate 7 budget Android Tablet
- Turn by Turn app CoPilot for Windows Phone 8 announced
- Samsung announce the HomeSync Android set top box
- Windows Phone app for the Windows Store updated
- Samsung announce the Galaxy Note 8.0
- First impressions of the Jelly Bean update for the Samsung Galaxy Note
- Samsung EX2F WiFi Camera Review
- Ceton plan Windows Media Center and Android integration in the Echo Extender
- XBMC now available on iOS 6.1 for Apple TV
- Skype for Windows 8 and Windows RT updated
- OpenELEC 3.0 Release Candidate 3
- TVCatchup for iOS updated with new channels