CrowdGadgets 47 | Google Fiber launches


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Move over cable, because Google Fiber has launched in Kansas City and will hopefully expand to more areas soon. And speaking of launches, Apple’s new Mountain Lion has roared onto the scene, Google Handwrite is now available on most Android and iOS devices, and some sweet new Windows Phone 8 features have been leaked. If you want to know more, be sure to tune in!

00:23 – Stuart’s Mountain Lion impressions
04:32 – Google Fiber launches in Kansas City
08:15 – Google launches Google Handwrite
12:26 – False Microsoft Surface rumors and Gabe Newell’s misquoted thoughts
16:35 – Xbox games branding being update
17:07 – Windows Phone 8 features leaked

Hosts: Stuart Cope, and William Devereux
Podcast Editor: Calob Horton
Newsletter Editor: John Freml

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