In the latest episode of the Windows Weekly podcast, Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley and I discuss Microsoft's quarterly earnings in-depth, a surprise third place showing for Windows in the tablet market, the Xbox v.Next reveal announcement, and a few unsubstantiated rumors. Plus, we take viewer questions.

Running time: 1:39:05

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Tip of the week: Audible offers free audiobook for Windows Phone 8

Offer good for new Audible customers only: Sign-up for Audible through the Windows Phone 8 app and get a free book: Your options are The Power Trip, Jackie Collins’ guilty glamorama pleasure; the high-tension Navy Seal autobiography American Sniper by Chris Kyle; and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic The Great Gatsby, narrated by Jake Gyllenhaal (and coming soon to a theater near you).

Software pick of the week: Amazing selection of new/updated Windows Phone apps

For whatever reason, April has been a bonanza month for new and updated Windows Phone apps and games. Here are a few very recent additions you should consider checking out:

Enterprise pick of the week: Office 365

There's a refresh of O365 coming in June or July this year (before Gemini) that'll include more than just Yammer integration

Codename pick of the week:  Kona

Guidance for building Windows Store business apps. The new (and far more boring name) is Prism for Windows Runtime: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/blaine/archive/2013/04/24/kona-guidance-is-now-prism-for-windows-runtime.aspx

Beer pick of the week: Mikkeller Yeast Series 2.0

What happens to a batch (or a company) when you change just one ingredient: http://beerstreetjournal.com/mikkeller-yeast-series-2-0-saison/