Microsoft Keynote Revelations from CES 2012

Posted: January 10, 2012
Microsoft Keynote Revelations from CES 2012

Kevin Pereira recaps the news from Microsoft's Keynote from CES 2012: Their departure from CES, the Nokia Lumia 900, Windows 8, and the introduction of Kinect for PCs and portable devices.

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  • mikepjr

    I am NOT excited for Windows 8... nor do i like the idea of all this damn touch screen crap.. i like my mouse and keyboard... and i miss the way Windows used to work... i miss how Windows 85 98 and XP worked.. i'm using Windows 7 right now... and it SUCKS.. it's supposed to be easier .. but so far... it's not.. it's much worse for guys like me... Windows has really gone to hell in my opinion..

    Posted: February 24, 2012 11:04 PM
  • JasonB81

    Sometimes, just sometimes, the old rip Microsoft a new one gets old. Have some Journalistic integrity and report on the tech in a professional manner. I mean, I know it's asking for a lot. But just don't make it such a waste of time to come here to check things out. I'm actually interested in Windows 8 and WP7.5 (Mango). Plus it would be nice to know what other tech they are releasing since, you know, I did happen to click on the "Kevin Pereira's CES 2012 Microsoft Keynote Impressions" to get an idea on what Microsoft brought to CES this year.

    Posted: January 15, 2012 5:19 PM
  • incubustable

    I'm glad microsoft is leaving CES to do its own thing, they haven't really brought much to the table anyways. As for Windows Phone, and its rave reviews, who cares? How late are they to the smartphone party??? A few years maybe. Why get excited over something that is just being established, who knows how long a windows phone will even last. It seems like Microsoft has been trying to keep up with a lot of companies as of late. Other than finally creating their own smartphone, they're leaving CES, and now they're creating their own WIndows App Store!!! How innovative!! What's next from microsoft, some kind of touch screen device that has access to their app store and other multimedia?? I guess we can only dream of such devices.......

    Posted: January 11, 2012 2:47 PM
  • banodyne

    What a surprise, Kevin Pereira is dismissive of anything Microsoft announces. Want to know how bad it is at AOTS? They've never reviewed ANY Windows Phones since the big 7.5 (Mango) update. Y'know, the OS that's gotten rave reviews from Engadget, Gizmodo, and every other tech site. Even Apple die-hards like David Pogue and Robert X. Cringely have written that's it's better than iOS.

    But the hipsters at AOTS are too busy trying to look cool in retro-style suits and not getting G4 delisted from more cable providers.

    Posted: January 11, 2012 4:47 AM
  • Rhamza161

    I had a DirectTV rep. come over to my house and talk me through the channels they offer...and G4 was on their list of available networks, you just had to purchase the highest grade package in order to get it.

    Posted: January 10, 2012 11:09 PM
  • ThePerfectMurder

    I'm upset I can only watch Spike for CES coverage. Darn you DirecTV

    Posted: January 10, 2012 8:32 PM