Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and Chief Software Architect Ray Ozzie are live right now from D: All Things Digital Conference (aka D8 Conference). It will be interesting to see how the two top executives of Microsoft answer all the questions related to ongoing fierce competition from the likes of Apple in consumer space, and from Google in web and enterprise space.
Some Photoshop magic on the Windows Phone logo posters hanging across the streets in Barcelona has unveiled the name “7 Series” underneath the main logo. This hidden name probably refers to the upcoming Windows phone handsets, which will be powered by Windows Mobile 7.
The are a number of rumored reports around the web, suggesting a possible announcement of Microsoft Courier Tablet like Slate tablet PC tonight during Steve Ballmer’s opening keynote at 2010 CES. If this happens, then we could very well have a Slate/Tablet PC, running Microsoft software well ahead of Apple’s rumored iSlate/Tablet, which is expected to be unveiled on January 27th, in Apple’s mega event to be held at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco.
Microsoft today has released their most awaited flagship product - Windows 7, officially as of October 22nd 2009. Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft, Steve Ballmer led the launch ceremony which was held at an event in New York City. He was joined in by high delegates from Microsoft & their partners including the CEOs from Dell, HP, Toshiba along with hundreds of beta testers and enthusiasts.