WW 638: And That's How We Get Ant

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Surface Rumors go round and round Surface Go with Core m3 rumored - This is what the processor should have always been. Microsoft patents a portable speaker. It's almost certainly for businesses. October 2 is just 3 weeks awayWindows 10 Microsoft finally details what's new in Windows 10 version 19H2, makes it available to all Insiders (in Slow) Your Phone calling functionality is coming to non-Samsung handsets New 20H1 builds today: WSL improvements, last week: New 20H1 build brings renamable virtual desktops.Microsoft 365 Microsoft Teams is coming to Linux eventually. (So, too, is the new Microsoft Edge. Plus a look back at Office for Linux.) Semi-related: Richard Stallman gave a talk about free software at MS last week. Not kiddingMobile New Microsoft To-Do looks like old Wunderlist - Announced right after Wunderlist founder offered to buy back the app from Microsoft TomTom expands its deal with Microsoft to include connected vehiclesMicrosoft, the musical Microsoft interns release a goofy musical video explaining that it's actually fun to work at Microsoft. No, really. They're happy not working at Google. Probably.Tips and picks Tip of the week: Microsoft (often) offers the best trade-in value on Galaxy Note 10, 10+ Looking for a new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or 10+? Microsoft might be your best bet. But you gotta move quick. More: Windows 10 Field Guide has been updated for 19H2 More: Gears 5 is now available to everyone. But don't buy it. Do this instead. App pick of the week: Vivaldi More: Microsoft's first new PowerToys are out. One of them is worth considering. Enterprise pick of the week: Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) evaluation lab Codename pick of the week: Manganese Whiskey picks of the week: Macallan 12 Year Old, Aberlour A'bunadh Hosts: Mary Jo Foley, Paul Thurrott, and Ant Pruitt Download or subscribe to this show at Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: zapier.com/WINDOWS expressvpn.com/windows Wasabi.com offer code Windows

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