Conference Archive

Microsoft have updated the BUILD 2012 page

Interesting. Seems like Microsoft have updated their BUILD 2012 page. The page now reflects a rough outline of the agenda, building locations, maps and more. Looking forward to learning a little more about plans for Windows 8.

Microsoft building HUGE tent on their campus for BUILD 2012

I’m looking forward to covering the BUILD conference this year. I’ll be in Redmond next week to bring you all the details live (from the press room LOL). Anyho, this is an interesting story. Geekwire.com is reporing that

Microsoft send out preliminary agenda for BUILD 2012 conference

Microsoft have released a few details of what we should expect at the BUILD conference this year. BUILD attendees got an email today giving us some details about the event. The structure of the conference seems very

Samsung provides us with a glimpse of their new tablet

The show must go on. Samsung has posted a beautifully done teaser on its Facebook page. The teaser has an image of a new tablet that seems to be one that it will be launching at IFA,

BUILD 2012 registration open – sold out

Microsoft opened its registration for BUILD 2012 this morning at 8AM PT. This event will be held at Microsoft’s Redmond-based headquarters on October 30th this year. Early bird registration (the first 500) is set at $1,595, Early

BUILD 2012 announced for this October 30

BUILD 2012 baby! Microsoft have announced that they are hosting the second annual BUILD event at the company’s campus in Redmond this year. In a July 25 blog post, Tim O’Brien, general manager of platform strategy in the

Steve Ballmer speaks at WPC 2012 – Video

Here’s some video taken at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2012. It shows a boisterous (of course) Steve Ballmer rallying the army of partners with all the exciting news that Microsoft has to offer this year. Some

Microsoft – Windows 8 is the new era for the PC plus

Well you can’t say Microsoft don’t believe in what they’re doing. At the Worldwide Partner Conference earlier today, Microsoft’s chief operating officer, Kevin Turner told a crowd of the faithful the following: “Apple makes great hardware, the reality

Ballmer: we are not going to leave any space uncovered to Apple

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said that Microsoft will continue to compete against apple. Speaking at the Partner conference, he said “we are trying to make absolutely clear we are not going to leave any space uncovered to Apple.”

Windows 8 on the road: Microsoft TechEd Europe 2012

Microsoft took Windows 8 to Amsterdam today at the Microsoft TechEd Europe 2012 conference. Apparently Windows 8 was demoed somewhat unevenly throughout the event. It seems that they used build 8400 – an evaluation copy of Windows 8 Enterprise