A new video has emerged from Microsoft this Tuesday that MAY show how photo sharing will work in Windows 8.

The video was revealed by Microsoft’s TellMe team at a SpeechTEK 2011 conference in New York on Tuesday.

Microsoft’s video briefly demonstrates how speech recognition would work in future on tablets.

The demo includes a tile based user interface and shows a simple way of sharing pictures using touch and voice.

The interface appears to hint at what Microsoft is planning for Windows 8.

Once again, the video is in Silverlight…

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  • Alex Ali Balogun

    Oh yeah..I missed the tablet part the first time I watched it..