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Bill Gates, live from Mix '06 March 21, 2006 Microsoft's ready to mix it up with Web rivals, Gates tells News.com. Plus: What he really thinks about cheap PCs.
Gates: Curtain call for crystal ball January 7, 2008 In what could be his final CES keynote for a while, Gates shows off gadgets and touts deal with NBC to jointly run Olympic site.
Photos: Gates' last call? Video: Gates' keynote at CES
Gates still has a long to-do list October 18, 2007 Even as he moves to part time, Microsoft's chairman will keep pursuing tech such as tablet computing, speech recognition.Video: Gates' crystal ball
Home sweet home for Microsoft January 8, 2007 As the opening act at CES, Bill Gates and crew tout a new home server, Vista-based media PCs, TV via the Xbox and much more.
Gates sees a home server in your future January 8, 2007 Microsoft's chairman tells why the average person wants a server and explains why they won't have to be a geek to make it work. Photos: Gates on home servers
Gates: End to passwords in sight February 14, 2006 With Windows Vista, the Microsoft chairman feels he has the right weapons to supplant PC passwords. Photos: Gates takes the stage at RSA Image: A look at InfoCards
It's all about software, says Gates January 7, 2008 Just before his farewell CES keynote speech, Microsoft's chairman reflects on Redmond's rivals and the changing face of Windows. Photos: Gates' last call at CES?
Vista steals the show January 30, 2007 Gates tries to sell The Daily Show's Jon Stewart on the new operating system, as Office takes a backseat.Photos: What's in the Vista swag bag?
Gates to Harvard grads: Pay it forward June 7, 2007 World's richest Harvard alum tells grads to take on issue of human inequity and not be deterred by complexity.Photos: Gates goes back to school
Details unfolding on Microsoft's Origami February 27, 2006 Company is working on a minitablet that runs on Windows and could sell for as little as $600, sources tell CNET News.com. Origami: Enough of anything?
Microsoft's Mundie looks beyond Gates May 17, 2007 Craig Mundie, Microsoft's chief research and strategy officer, offers insights into where the company is placing its bets in the post-Gates era.
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