This week on the show Garry and I talk through the tech news of the last week. We talk Microsoft adding Flash in to IE 10 in Windows 8 and Windows RT, Netflix using HTML5 for streaming on a Chromebook, My Movies update, transcoding less streaming with DVBLink for iOS and how about an EPG in Microsoft Outlook?
We also have a lot of Media Center news this week for a change, we have new apps for Windows Media Center, the return of Media Center Health Monitor, guide data issues update and tips on fixing recording issues with Windows Media Center.
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Links for this week:
- Media Center Health Monitor updated, now with Twitter alerts
- DVBLink for iOS update enables streaming without transcoding
- Microsoft adding Flash to Internet Explorer 10 in Windows 8 and Windows RT
- Netflix brining HTML5 video streaming to ARM based Chromebook
- How to fix Windows Media Center reporting not enough disk space when there is plenty
- Ferrari by Logic3 R300 Noise-cancelling headphones review
- My Memories for Windows Media Center available in the Media Center app store
- Demand 5 for Windows Store updated, blocks VGA output
- MediaMonkey for Windows 8/RT updated
- Windows Media Center Health Monitor is back
- The My Movies team are looking for tester of My Movies for the Mac
- Finally stopped Windows Media Player–Overwriting Folder.jpg files ?
- Skype for iPad updated to version 4.6
- MX Player for Android updated
- GeniusConnect DVBLink for Outlook beta open
- Tesco launch Clubcard TV movie streaming service