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Windows Weekly 362: Xbox on Prem

Windows Weekly 362: Xbox on Prem

The one where Mary Jo goes to Houston but Paul does not

In the latest episode of Windows Weekly, Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley and I discuss a slew of TechEd 2014 announcements, major new Xbox news, Surface Pro 3 rumors, a meetup next week in New York City, plus Windows 8.1,, OneDrive for Business, and Lync mobile app news.

Running time: 1:43:09

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PLUS: If you're running the Windows Phone 8.1 Developer Preview, check for updates today: There is an update with bug fixes and battery life improvements.

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Software pick of the week #3: Spotify for Windows Phone 8

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Enterprise rumor of the week: Barcelona

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Codename pick of the week: Adams, Fort Knox, Project K and more

It was a big week for all you MS codename fans out there

Beer pick of the week: Saint Arnold Fancy Lawnmower

I'm not a big Kolsch fan, but this one is pretty decent. And it's from Houston!

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