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Sunday, February 13th, 2011, 11:44 pm

TechBytes Episode 31: Nokia-Microsoft and Thoughts on Software/Games

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Summary: Tim and Roy discuss the Nokia-Microsoft deal and then argue about the use of question marks in headlines; they end up talking about so-called ‘piracy’ and even nostalgic games

TONIGHT’S show deals with the deal that’s impossible to ignore and then turns to other topics, altogether departing from the focus of the show at times.

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