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Bill Gates Delivers 11th CES Keynote Speech

LAS VEGAS -- Microsoft's big push for consumers this year is the "connected experience" and the company sent its chairman and Chief Software Architect, Bill Gates, to Las Vegas to highlight it at the 40th International Consumer Electronics Show.


Gates took to the stage at the Venetian Hotel and Casino for 90 minutes Sunday night, touting technology that can tie together personal computers, stereos, TVs and cell phones. His keynote speech, Gates' 11th at CES, featured a demonstration of ... Read More

By Rob Pegoraro  |  January 8, 2007; 2:39 AM ET  | Category:  CES 2007 , Rob Pegoraro , Yuki Noguchi
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It sounds as if the future of Microsoft is in the line of advances in entertainment.
While this will probably be profitable,
it marks an end to the advances in workplace productivity which had previously been the Microsoft hallmark.

Posted by: russ | January 8, 2007 12:09 PM

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