In the latest episode of the Windows Weekly podcast, Leo, Mary Jo and I discuss the Windows Phone 7.5 "Mango" RTM and why that doesn't mean it's really done yet, whether Microsoft should sell Bing, Microsoft's business claims for IE 9, new media remote and Bluetooth headset for Xbox 360 coming this fall, Microsoft and Linux, new Windows Live developer tools, Gmail Man, Avatar Kinect, US smart phone market share, Amazon caves to Apple, and Mozilla Boot to Gecko.
Running time: 1:33:55
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Picks and tips
Windows Weekly tip of the week: Understanding the difference between Microsoft's email services and Microsoft's email applications. It's all about consolidation, and a single view into multiple inboxes. (Universal unread mail, basically.) Sometimes a native email client does make sense.
Windows 7 app pick: Raw support for Windows 7 and Windows Photo Gallery
Windows Phone 7 app pick: Windows Phone 7.5 RC. You must be a registered developer, but it's a great way to get a near-final version of the next Windows Phone today.
Mobile app pick #1: Windows Live Mesh for Mac OS X. If you use PCs and Macs, this is a great way to share folders between them.
Mobile app pick #2: OneNote Mobile 1.2 for iPhone. New version of OneNote, with some international availability. Still no iPad version though.