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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.
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.
Be one of the first to see Windows Vista in use as Gates and Microsoft Group Product Manager Aaron Woodman show off the slick new OS during the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show.\r\n
At CES 2007, we take a look at this Windows Vista laptop, which takes advantage of the Windows Vista SideShow application.
CEA President and CEO Gary Shapiro told the Industry Forum in San Francisco on Oct. 16 that sales of consumer electronic products will\r\nreach nearly $150 billion in 2007. Also, CEA Senior VP of Events and Conferences Karen Chupka announced an impressive lineup for keynote\r\naddresses, which include Microsoft's Bill Gates and Dell's Michael Dell.
The overall PC ecosystem is getting richer due to the variety of PC-enabled devices, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates said at the WinHEC conference in Seattle on May 23.
During his keynote address at the Microsoft Mix '06 conference in Las Vegas, Chairman Bill Gates talks about tools developers can use to make work on the Web simpler.
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.)
Neil Charney, Microsoft director of product management, demonstrates some ways application developers could use the new Vista platform for graphics and data presentation.\r\n
Neil Charney, Microsoft director of product management, demonstrates some of Vista's functions, including publishing and information sharing at meetings.\r\n