After missing a show due to technical issues (your microphone is not for clubbing seals to death Steven) yesterday we had a lot to squeeze into todays 10 minutes.
It must be that time of the year again because people are floating the idea thatshould be broken into multiple smaller entities. Sorry folks, but don’t we get that idea making the headlines at least twice a year? Internet Explorers markets share hits an “historic low” and T-Mobile to show of Windows Phone 7 devices beside AT&T at the October 11th launch in New York.
Posts mentioned in this episode:
- Most Windows users still using XP — PC Drivers HeadQuarters
- Internet Explorer Drops Below 50% Market Share Worldwide — ReadWriteWeb
- Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser falls below 50% of worldwide market for first time — Stats Counter
- Take that, Goldman Sachs? Ballmer defends Xbox spending — TechFlash
- Ballmer Aims to Overcome Mobile Missteps - Wall Street Journal
- Microsoft and AT&T Holding Windows Phone 7 Event on Oct. 11 — Mashable
- T-Mobile to Sell Microsoft Windows Phone - Wall Street Journal
- ASUS Eee Pad EP90 Tegra 2 tablet spotted running Windows 7 Embedded — SlashGear
- Microsoft CEO says will see Windows slates by Christmas — Reuters
Make sure to subscribe to the WinExtra channel on YouTube to get the latest episodes.