Microsoft’s in a Funk | CR 56

Microsoft’s in a Funk | CR 56

Stinging from a Build conference hangover, the guys focus on their current disappoints with Microsoft.

Then Mike gets a new OYUA box and has a few surprises, plus your emails, and more!

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  • Mikes email: Three step plan
  • Nehemiah asks what impact DDR5 RAM will have on the PS4

Xbox One < WinRT?

The key gist is simple: this week, Microsoft made its pitch to developers to build for its two key, and connected, platforms, Windows and Windows Phone. The shared Windows core of each was an obviously important topic both in keynotes, and sessions.

In a nutshell, this was our experience covering Microsoft Build 2013 this week at the Moscone Center.

\”I\’m not diminishing Sony\’s performance claims and I wasn\’t trying to be arrogant or dismissive,\” Penello wrote in a NeoGAF thread which reacted to his initial comment: \”The problem is that Sony decided to go out and publish a bunch of numbers, which are in some ways meaningless\”.

Retake: OYUA


On paper, the specs of the next-gen Android console seem formidable enough. The Ouya runs on a vidia Tegra 3 Quad-core 1.7GHz CPI and is accompanied by a 520MHz Nvidia GeForce ULP GPU, offers 1GB DDR3 memory and 8GB of internal flash memory storage, operates on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with a custom Oyua user interface, and features a wireless controller.


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