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Microsoft Outlook Is Actually Awesome, Overcoming #NBCFail, and Sharing Music in a Cloud World

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Published on Aug 6, 2012

This week we're learning that Microsoft's new Outloook webmail service is actually pretty awesome, that you can watch the olympics online, in real time, for free, and that Amazon's CloudPlayer service is actually worth a look again. Also, we're answering your questions about cloud music, uTorrent, and mobile Wi-Fi hotspots. For more information and links about the topics in this episode, check out the show notes at http://lifehacker.com/theshow. Show notes for every episode are posted on Mondays at 12:00 PM PT.

00:40 News
00:50 Microsoft Releases Outlook.com
05:20 Hulu Update and Apple TV
07:35 Amazon Cloud Player Update
11:35 Olympic Coverage #NBCFail
13:30 Questions and Answers
13:35 How can I setup a Wi-Fi hotspot on my smartphone?
16:00 Can I send a playlist to a friend using Google Music?
20:05 How does uTorrent work and what is a DAT file?
22:45 Downloads
22:50 Trackpad++
23:55 Lost Photos
24:30 Tasker
25:55 Aphex Xciter
27:15 Shortcuts for Gmail

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