E3: Xbox Live service to expand to Vista and Windows Mobile Video
Bill Gates unveiled the new 'Live Anywhere' service Tuesday at a press event prior to the kickoff of E3 in Los Angeles. Check out a demo of how the service will work between an Xbox 360 and a PC running Windows Vista.
At a press event in San Francisco, Chairman Bill Gates kicks off Microsoft's "live software" push. He details the upcoming "Windows Live" and "Office Live" products, a fusion of software and services that are delivered across the Internet. (Microsoft prohibited video recording of the product demonstrations.)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates speaks with CNET News.com's Ina Fried in New York about the long-awaited launch of his company's new operating system, Windows Vista.
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.
During a press event prior to this year's E3 show in Los Angeles, Peter Moore, VP of Interactive Entertainment at Microsoft, showed the audience the upcoming Xbox 360 HD DVD player, as well as some tattoos to indicate Grand Theft Auto 4 is on its way.\r\n
During a press event prior to this year's E3 show in Los Angeles, Peter Moore, VP of Interactive Entertainment at Microsoft, showed the audience the upcoming Xbox 360 HD-DVD player, as well as some tattoos to indicate Grand Theft Auto IV is on its way.
Marc Whitten, Corporate VP of Xbox Live, demos Microsoft's new "SmartGlass" technology at E3 2012 in Los Angeles
At the E3 gaming conference in Los Angeles, Microsoft's David Hufford talks to correspondent Melissa Francis about the company's new Xbox Live online service.
In a face-to-face meeting with CNET News.com, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer talks up the upcoming version of Windows and says any PCs that ship between now and launch of Vista will be able to upgrade.
From CES 2007: Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates lets product manager Justin Hutchinson take the floor to show off flashy new features for the operating system, including a moving desktop.