Was there no one at Microsoft who looked at Recall and said: This really, really sucks

Kettle Microsoft held its annual Build developer conference this week with that bizarre Copilot+ PC launch tacked on the side.

As many of you have wondered, did no one at Redmond take a look at the Windows Recall feature - which was unveiled during the Arm PC launch with Qualcomm - and say: "Er, this might just backfire?"

To discuss this and more for our latest Kettle episode, we're joined by UK-based vulture Richard Speed, Tobias Mann and Chris Williams over in the US, and your host Iain Thomson. You can replay our post-event catch-up, produced and edited by Nicole Hemsoth Prickett, below.

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Here are some more stories from Build by the team:

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