MS Mobile Show – Episode 56 – Michael Fisher and Star Trek talk

Vernon and David are joined once again by Michael Fisher aka @MrMobileTweets, formerly of PocketNow Weekly and currently of Mobile Nations.

The three spend an hour discussing the current and future use-case scenarios of Continuum and Microsoft’s concept of “Mobile”. They hit a couple key news items, and share their personal app, music and of course podcast picks!

They wrap up the last half hour, of this longer than usual show, discussing Star Wars versus Star Trek along with the upcoming Star Trek episodic series and how TV is changing.

 

 

Hosts

 

 

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Slack Channel

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We look forward to seeing your there!

 

 

Tip of the Episode

OneNote on ALL THE THINGS (Windows Mobile, iOS, Android, OS X, Windows 10)

 

 

Topics Discussed

  • State of Continuum
  • State of the Lumia 950/XL
  • What might “mobile computing” look like in 2 years?
  • WordFlow for iOS
  • Buy a Lumia 950XL and get a Lumia 950 for free!

 

 

App Coming to Windows Mobile

  • UniShare by MSicc (currently in private beta)

 

 

Personal Picks

 

 

Weekly Poll

 

 

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About Kevin Harvell

Co-host of The Tech Informist Show & STLTechTalk Podcast along with being the content & client relations manager for STLTechTalk LLC.

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