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Microsoft springs forward at hardware confab

Software giant puts spotlight on its upcoming Windows Server 2008 at annual spring Windows Hardware Engineering Conference.

Software giant puts the spotlight on its upcoming Windows Server 2008 at annual spring Windows Hardware Engineering Conference being held this week in Los Angeles.

newsmaker For Redmond's research and strategy honcho, doing tech right means being in it for the long haul.
May 17, 2007

Microsoft says customizing Windows Server 2008 should help businesses, but bill for a single-purpose server is unlikely to be less.
May 16, 2007

While the software giant is mum on what follows Vista on the desktop, it does lay out plans for Windows Server.
May 16, 2007

photos Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates shows off some of the winners of a design contest for new PC concepts.
May 16, 2007

During keynote, Microsoft chairman also announces several new partners for its Windows Home Server product, including Gateway and Medion.
May 15, 2007

Craig Mundie shows what could be the future of health care in developing nations, using an example of a patient who is illiterate but has a cell phone.
May 15, 2007

Company shows off features in Vista that use Windows Rally technology, designed to simplify the setup of network-connected devices.
May 15, 2007

Mundie: Future software to exist in the cloud, on your PC

blog For all the talk about software leaving the desktop and running exclusively from services on the Internet, Craig Mundie has doubts.
May 15, 2007

Hey Microsoft, isn't that the iPod scroll wheel

blog As new phones designed to work with Microsoft's business telephony software are unveiled, one element in particular gets a bit of attention.
May 14, 2007

previous coverage

At WinHEC, the software maker will look to maximize Vista's release and rev up for Longhorn Server and Home Server, both due later this year.
May 14, 2007

Windows Server '08 name confirmed--again

blog For the second time in recent days, Microsoft has inadvertently confirmed Windows Server 2008 as the official name for Longhorn Server.
May 13, 2007