Bill Gates' RSA 2006 keynote Video
At the start of his keynote for the RSA Conference 2006 security convention in San Jose, Calif., Bill Gates took his own tongue-in-cheek shot at Vice President Dick Cheney.
At the RSA Conference 2006 in San Jose, Calif., Bill Gates urges the death of all passwords and offers alternatives from Microsoft.\r\n
Mika Krammer, Microsoft Windows marketing director, demonstrates features in Vista and Office 2007 during Chairman Bill Gates' keynote at the WinHEC 2006 conference. The demonstration included a picture frame with SideShow features and touch-screen displays.
On June 15, 2006, in Redmond, Washington, Bill Gates announced his plans, to go in effect July 2008, to work full-time with the Gates Foundation and part-time with Microsoft.
In an interview, Bill Gates tells CNET's Ina Fried that the poor need a carbon-neutral energy source even more than the rich, as they are feeling the brunt of high energy prices and the effects of climate change.
At CES 2006 in Las Vegas, Palm and Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates touted the Treo 700w, which comes with Windows. CNET's Molly Wood gives it a first look. \r\n
At the RSA Conference in San Francisco, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates shows off an improved firewall and other security features that will be part of the upcoming Service Pack 2 for Windows XP.
CNET News.com exclusive: At Microsoft MIX 06 in Las Vegas, Bill Gates tells reporter Martin LaMonica what's in store from the Web browser update.
Bill Gates speaks about using technology in daily home practices, from mobile PDAs to the refrigerator. Symphonizing daily activities with Microsoft technologies was the underlying theme of Gates' keynote Sunday at CES in Las Vegas.