Josh is joined by Corey Lyons to discuss the Xbox One update, Windows 8.1 Update 1 RTM, music video support in the Xbox Music app, Project Spark, and of course the controversial agreement between DISH and Disney.
Comcast is trying to buy Time Warner Cable, the Titanfall beta has landed alongside a big software update for the Xbox One. The Lumia Icon is imminent, and is the TiVo Roamio better than Windows Media Center?
With updates coming to Windows Phone 8.1, Windows 8.1, and the Xbox One, leaks were bound to happen. Josh and Richard have plenty to discuss in addition to lots of updates in Richard's entertainment center.
Discussion around a potential new Media Center plugin kicks off the show, while there's also help for Xbox One video playback, Beats on Windows Phone, and more speculation around Xbox One headsets and an update to Windows 8.1.
Josh sits down with the developer of the Amazon Instant Video for Windows Media Center add-in. Then he takes a look at the latest Windows Phone 8.1 rumors, the Verizon FiOS app for Xbox One, and Microsoft's original video offerings.
Josh and Richard return, and somehow they manage to talk about a lot more news than just Xbox One! There's an update on Media Browser, new apps for Windows Phone and Windows 8, but Josh still sneaks in some Xbox talk. He updates us on his use of the Xbox Music and YouTube apps.
It's the week of the Xbox One launch, so as is to be expected, this week's show is packed with news and information about Microsoft's next-generation entertainment console. There's also new Windows devices launching, and new apps to run on them!
Cool news from the MyMovies team, plus release date and pricing information for the Lumia 1520 while Windows Phone's market share increases. Miracast gets some attention from Microsoft, and Josh and Richard try not to focus all of their attention on the Xbox One.