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The digital decade

January 8th, 2007 by Zack Whittaker

Bill Gates was speaking his keynote speech earlier on, and some things are to be taken from that which are quite interesting.

Microsoft are really keen on getting media anywhere and everywhere it seems, with IPTV (internet protocol television) on any number of devices, and having access to your media from any other device you might have. It’s already clear that by this time next year, partners will be offering live and on-demand

I don’t know where the post has gone… but I told you I was right about Windows Home Server šŸ˜‰ Partnering with HP, home users will be able to access and store all their data on a central device from any number of Windows powered products, from the Zune to the Xbox 360, PC’s and mobile phones.

Windows Home Server is expected to arrive sometime this year – from what I believe it’ll be more of a home-user-friendly product rather than it being targetted at Windows Server administrators. My guess it’ll probably look at lot like Vista but with a few dashboard options to easily guide a user through storing their content on the server.

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