The Briefing 2: For The Week Ending August 4, 2012

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This is The Briefing, a ten-minute-or-less podcast of tech news, for the week ending August 4, 2012. In this edition: Samsung and Apple finally fight it out in court, Microsoft launches the brand new version of Hotmail – called Outlook, and Optus reveals its 4G network.

For those who missed out what The Briefing is, here’s a blog post explaining the show. Feel free to offer any suggestions, improvements and constructive criticism for our new show.

Host: Stewart Wilson
Length: 07:15

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On Twitter: @tgbriefing
Samsung angers judge by sending media rejected evidence in Apple trial
Lead Samsung lawyer defends decision to send rejected evidence to media
Windows 8 hits RTM, enterprise and developer availability dates confirmed
Windows Store allows paid apps, expands to new markets
Anonymous begins dumping AAPT data – business, government clients affected
Outlook.com: an all-new Metro style Hotmail with Skype video calling
Exclusive: Microsoft’s Metro branding to be replaced ‘this week’ according to internal memo
Optus expands 4G Network to Sydney and Perth
Take that Telstra! Optus has 500 4G towers
IOC blames tweeters for GPS issues, asks them to stop
Facebook Timeline Coming to Most Members by the Fall

Embedding copyrighted video is not infringement, rules Posner
Google delays Nexus Q because it needs time to make it better
The @outlook.com email addresses Microsoft forgot to reserve

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