MSFT Talks Windows 8, TV Interaction During CES Keynote

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gmarsack

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Seacrest OUT! The interview would have much more interesting if Kattan was there asking the questions... can you imagine? :)
 

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No matter who is doing the 'interview' you know it is basically a screenplay that's being performed; only the actors are not that good. They should hire Brad Pitt or George Clooney. At least that way there is some eye candy in the whole story :)

 
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[citation][nom]rawful[/nom]That last picture is kind of scary.[/citation]
That's nothing scary, that is Ballmer and he's no wimp. He's gonna stomp all over them wimpy latte drinkers down at Starbucks.
 

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am i the only one here that's excited about the things to come?
i'm not scared of the new win8 ui, i tend to give it a fair chance.
as for the new xbox, i expect they have learned from their mistakes (rrod mainly in the first gen)
and just bring a new version that integrates as a total package with win 8 and tv's.
I think kinect is a winner, and will develop further, in many applications.
My 2 cents
 

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[citation][nom]gmarsack[/nom]Seacrest OUT! The interview would have much more interesting if Kattan was there asking the questions... can you imagine?[/citation]
You mean, Microsoft OUT!
 

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I thought they weren't doing CES anymore. I like Microsofts marketing campaigns. Like the Bing one that just bought an entire commercial segment and made in 20 seconds long.
 

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Anyone else gonna disable the "GREAT" sheety start menu in Windows 8? I just think Microsoft's trying that hard, or doing much to improve Windows. I'm sure glad I have linux as an alternative! =P
 
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