MS Mobile Show – Episode 58 – Stopgap for the 1520

 

 

 

On this episode of the MS Mobile Show we are discussing Office Online versus Google Docs along with which midrange Windows Phone might be the best option to replace the aging Lumia 1520 and of course our personal app, music and podcast picks.

 

 

Hosts

 

 

Slack Channel

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Corrections

On last episode we completely forgot to mention Windows Weekly with Mary Jo Foley and Paul Thurrott, Surface Geeks with David McCabe and The Sams Report with Brad Sams.

Go back and listen to Episode 57 for a longer list of other awesome Microsoft focused podcasts.

 

 

Weekly Poll

  • Current – Which of these three devices is best to replace the Lumia 1520? – Vote here

 

 

Other Topics Discussed

 

 

Personal Picks

  • Podcast and/or other Picks
    • Vernon – N/A
    • David – N/A

 

 

Twitter Tip

  • When to (or how not to) tell someone that you are “unfollowing” them

 

 

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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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