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Pretty sure Microsoft already did this with WP8. It wasn’t branded a Surface phone, but HTCs phones 8X and 8S was pretty much the “official” WP8 phones at the release of WP8
I don’t think it’s a transaction, I think it’s the father busting the kid with “drugs”
Only issue I have with it is that it lacks download function, at least as far as I can see.
- Twitter: Nice to have open in “docked” state so I can follow it
- Mine: For facebook notifications
- Podcasts! : For podcasts
- Lastpass : Since the IE plugin sucks
- Skype : Rarely use it, but it’s so clean and simple.
- All of the Microsoft apps that comes with it in addition to OneNote MX
- Endomondo : A lot easier to keep track of things then on the phone or web.
Sure there are probably apps offering more for the desktop, or browser plugins, but I like how the metro apps are so simple and easy to use and maintain.
You can’t sync the actual media files, but I do believe that you can sync your subscriptions.
It’s crazy how they actually have to have the “do not attempt” text on ads such as this in the US.
The easiest example of irony in its original meaning is saying “how smart of you” when someone does something stupid.
That said some dude that’s responsible for some Dictionary has stated that language is a living thing, so if Alanis Morissette’s definition is generally used as irony, then that is actually irony as well.
I am using this podcast app atm:
There is also a Windows 8 app.
According to that article it’s basically a podcast app that some Microsoft employees built on their spare time that has access to the private Zune Podcast APIs.
Haswell or Ivy?
Seems to me that all innovation in the PC market is based around hinges. The stand on the Surface the Lenovo Yoga, and now this.
They should send out a good old fashioned letter to everyone who installs that app saying. “Hi, because you installed our app Google decided to send us your address.”