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Windows Weekly 301: Designed in the Dark

Windows Weekly 301: Designed in the Dark

The one where Mary Jo no longer looks pixelated

In the latest episode of the Windows Weekly podcast, Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and I discuss the Office 365 for businesses launch, Barnes & Noble's NOOKsplosion, Surface Pro preorders now shipping, an expansion of Surface RT and Surface Pro availability, Windows Phone news, and the availability of Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7.

Running time: 1:44:49

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