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WinHEC 2008 Live Keynote

Steven Sinofsky and Jon DeVaan are just about to kick start WinHEC 2008 with their keynotes. Both are expected to introduce Windows 7 and show you what it can do, from advancements in core components... More...

WinHEC 2007: Day 2

On my second day at WinHEC I really wanted to make it a point to stop by the Expo Hall and take a closer look at all the really cool hardware. So I spent about... More...

WinHEC 2007: Day 1

Today I saw some really cool stuff at WinHEC 2007. WinHEC truly "advances the platform" this year with the platform being Windows Vista and Windows Server. A lot of the announcements that have been made... More...

Vista Sales Near 40 Million, Gates Says at WinHEC

Microsoft Corporation Chairman Bill Gates announced the software giant has sold nearly 40 million Windows Vista licenses in the first 100 days since commercial availability on January 30, making Microsoft's latest release the fastest-selling operating... More...

WinHEC 2006: Bill Gates Keynote

The annual WinHEC conference is kicking off in Seattle this morning with a keynote address by Microsoft boss Bill Gates: Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates will focus on how key technology... More...

Coming Soon - WinHEC 2005

On April 25th-27th Microsoft will deliver its anual event for developers of hardware for Windows-based computers. With over 100 hours of technical conferences the event promises to be an interesting one. Microsoft are... More...

WinHEC 2002 information

Thanks Vla for this chunky snipet of information. Updated only 2 days ago, the WinHEC website details information from the recent show (WinHEC is a show about "understanding future directions for hardware running... More...

Some Highlights from WinHEC

Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates took the stage at WinHEC on Thursday, announcing support for Bluetooth wireless networking technology and demonstrating technologies that he sees becoming pervasive in home networks. Read more in... More...

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