Posted May 26, 2016
SMRpodcast #302: What Is the Score?

Episode #302 of the SMRpodcast is online and ready to download.  We've got a full crew this week to talk about the NBA PlayOffs, a little bit of Tech, and a new update to Tom Clancy's: The Division Dropped.

It would appear that the only way to win a playoff game in the the NBA conference finals it to blow out the other team.  All four of the WCF games were blowouts and OKC, surprisingly to many, are up 3-1 over Golden State.  Cleveland is up 3-2 in the East with an average winning margin of nearly 30 points.

In tech news, Google may start trying to public shame it's OEMs that don't release updates to Android in a timely fashion, if at all.  Most Android users are on KittKat which is 2 versions back from Marshmallow and came out nearly 3 years ago.

In another blow to Windows Phone, Microsoft announces that 1850 jobs will be cut, 1350 in Finland as the company will cease phone design and production in the country.  Although WP market share has fallen to less than 1%, the company says it will still offer “areas of differentiation” possibly focusing on the business market.

Chris is has Bluetooth gremlins, Xbox may be launching a streaming stick, Chromebooks outsell Macs for the first time, and, Rod rates his Uber driver with the lost rank possible.  We've got all this, our picks, and more in episode #302 of the SMRpodcast.

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