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Windows Weekly 307: WAAD Goes GA

Windows Weekly 307: WAAD Goes GA

The one where Mary Jo and Paul bring a bit of logic to the discussion about tanking PC sales

In the latest episode of the Windows Weekly podcast, Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley and I discuss the real reasons behind tanking PC sales in Q1 2013, Microsoft's years-long Office roadmap, Xbox v.Next rumors, more rumors about a mini-Surface, how rumors are published as fact in the blog age, Windows Azure Active Directory, and an update on the Messenger to Skype migration.

Running time: 1:34:40

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