Entertainment 2.0 #212 : Windows 8 Pricing, Phone Updates and Project:Connect

Jan 25, 2013 by

Josh and Richard return to cover a surprising amount of news and listener feedback. There are a few great questions to cover from the listeners to start the show, then a smattering of news from around the industry. Ceton released new apps, and Microsoft released pricing details for Windows 8. The Surface Pro has a release date, and the industry can’t seem to figure out how to spin video game console sales. Customers with Windows Phone 7 devices will be getting an update soon, and Richard has a lot of new toys to play with! They cover all that and more on episode 212 of the Entertainment 2.0 podcast. If you’re not listening live you’re missing a lot of fun, so make sure to join Josh and Richard for the live recording of episode 213 Tuesday, January 29th at 8:00pm ET!

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  • wodysweb

    Hey guys, comment on the issue with no tuner available message with both a HDHR prime and ceton. I have both of those tuners as well, and Josh’s comment was right on. When the HDHR is being used on a different computer, the HTPC doesn’t know, but it will still try to access the tuner and fail, thus showing the pop-up. Depending on the random order of the 7 tuners that media center assigned during tv setup, you could have any order of the tuners (and you can’t change them in bulk via guidetool, you would have to go into each channel and re-order the tuners). I just kept running tv setup until the HDHR tuners were not in the first 3 in the order to stop this error from happening in most cases as the Ceton tuners are dedicated to that local HTPC, and the HDHR tuners are more of a “backup” in case I need more than 4 at one time. That was the way I got around this, curious to hear if anyone else has ideas.