Protect your Surface Cases and Anti-Virus on SG58

Written by on March 5, 2014 in Blog, SG Podcast with 6 Comments

How do you protect your Surface? Inside and Out. Dave takes a look at the Nokia Lumia Icon.  WP news, Windows 8.1 with Bing, and more on SG58.

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Episode 58 Shownotes and Links
Does the Surface need a case?  Sleeves, Leather, FreedomCase on KickStarter
Satya Nadella announces changes to senior leadership team, Microsoft News Centre, March 3, 2014

Microsoft to integrate new social, machine learning technologies into Office 365, ZDNet, Mary Jo Foley, March 3, 2014

Bing Saves feature now available as a public beta, lets you save and share things you find on Bing, WinBeta, Ron, March 3, 2014

Microsoft Announces Worldwide Availability of Skype for Outlook.com, WinSuperSite, Paul Thurrott, March 4, 2014

Microsoft’s latest stab at Apple: Macs are no good for weddings, CNet, Chris Matyszczyk, March 1, 2014

This is Cortana, Microsoft’s answer to Siri, The Verge, Tom Warren, March 3, 2014

Microsoft’s Siri-like Cortana assistant demonstrated on video, The Verge, Tom Warren, March 4, 2014

Nokia takes a swipe at blurry Oscars selfie taken on a Samsung phone, WinBeta, Mark Wilson, March 03, 2014

Nokia “Martini” Windows Phone Reportedly In The Works, Ubergizmo, Tyler Lee, March 3, 2014

Microsoft’s monetization dilemma: Bundling’s not all it’s cracked up to be, ZDNet, Mary Jo Foley, February 27, 2014
Summary: If and when Microsoft makes Windows 8 free, how will it monetize it if so many of its core services and key apps are built-in for no extra charge? Let the experiments commence.

Microsoft releases Windows 8.1 Update 1 to manufacturing, ZDNet, Mary Jo Foley, March 4, 2014
Summary: Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 Update 1 is done and heading towards general availability in April, according to various sources.

MetroMail comes to Windows 8.1 devices with a sleek and intuitive interface, WinBeta, Hammad Saleem, March 4, 2014

Microsoft Provides Free Data Transfer Tool to XP Users And a cute little notification, WinSuperSite, Paul Thurrott, March 3, 2014

Microsoft Surface 2 heading to Asian markets, Techie News, Abhishek Gohel, March 2, 2014

Surface Deploys to More Healthcare Professionals Than Ever Before, Surface Blog, February 24, 2014

Surface closes productive NFL season with eye on what’s next, Surface Blog, February 25, 2014

Microsoft Confirms Low Priced Sub-10k Tablet Coming Soon To India, Trak.in, Mohul Ghosh, March 4, 2014

Gartner Says Worldwide Tablet Sales Grew 68 Percent in 2013, With Android Capturing 62 Percent of the Market, March 3, 2014

Don’t let this deal slip away: ‘Ice Road Truckers’ now free in the Windows Phone Store, The Fire Hose, March 3, 2014

Find what you need on Superpages, now on Windows Phone, The Fire Hose, March 4, 2014

Microsoft’s Dynamics unit delivers a new Windows 8 app and a ‘modern’ development kit, ZDNet, Mary Jo Foley, March 4, 2014

Xbox One SmartGlass app for Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8 receive new updates, WinBeta, Ron, March 4, 2014

Microsoft Working to Weed Out Junk Apps in Windows 8.1, Tom’s Hardware, Kevin Parrish, March 3, 2014

Featured Image in this podcast post is the FreedomCase.

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  1. Rob says:

    Haha Bingbook. Great, I really don’t think I could ever buy a product called that. 
     
    Surely it would be called the Explorerbook though?

  2. kylejwx says:

    Hey I heard mention of the att plan with 4 phones and 10gb of data for $160. It is important to realize that this is the no contract pricing. You do not get a subsidy for doing this. You must pay full price for your phone to get this deal. You can finance the phone or pay upfront.

  3. FinsUpDNC says:

    Hey I heard mention of the att plan with 4 phones and 10gb of data for $160. It is important to realize that this is the no contract pricing. You do not get a subsidy for doing this. You must pay full price for your phone to get this deal. You can finance the phone or pay upfront.

     
    I am on the plan (5 lines now for 175) and 3 of the 5 are under contract.  They switched me over with no issue.  It is 100 dollars base + 15 dollars for each line.

  4. kylejwx says:

    I hope ATT told you about the fine print when you switched to that. Check out their FAQ section. External

    Existing customers who were in contract prior to February 2, 2014 can get the discounted rate if they switch to a 10GB or higher value share plan. For these customers they are giving them the no contract pricing even though they are still in contract.

    If you sign a contract and subsidize a phone on any of these lines it will be a $25 increase from $15 to $40.

  5. rensul says:

    Hey – enjoyed the podcast – nice mix of topics and news. And I learned something – at first I wasn’t excited about listening about cases but it was actually very informative.

    Rensul

    • SurfaceGeek says:

      Ha ha! Thanks Rensul, I’m glad you liked it. It’s hard to get everyone excited about a case show but it’s a decision a lot of people go through. Thanks for listening and see you in the forums!

      Dave

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