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This week’s show gets started off with a lot of great listener feedback. After that Josh and Richard mourn the death of Windows 7. Verizon is shaking up how they offer their TV packages. There’s a new Bluetooth audio, Bluetooth LE Audio, standard that should make consumers and businesses quite happy. Microsoft is attempting something with the launch of the Xbox Series X, and Sony is still staying away from E3.
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- Today is the day Windows 7 dies, but you can still upgrade to Windows 10 for free
- Verizon cuts cable bundles and contracts as part of a shift to more transparent pricing
- The New Version of Bluetooth Is Here to Fix Your Headphones
- Microsoft’s first Xbox Series X games will be cross-gen releases
- Sony is skipping E3 again in 2020
- Games with Gold
- January’s Free PS Plus Games
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