Microsoft Press Releases

Posted by bink on January 6 2006, 11:53 PM. Posted in Microsoft Corp.

Ok there are a lot, some were already posted, but here is the list of the recent ones.

Thursday, January 05, 2006

Windows Embedded technologies provide automakers and device manufacturers with the foundation for enabling a wide array of innovative in-vehicle scenarios for consumers.

Windows Media technology enables direct access to music tracks through mobile handsets and on Windows XP-based PCs.

Deal will enable flow of high-quality digital content between Windows-based PCs, DIRECTV set-top boxes, PlaysForSure devices and the Xbox 360 system.

KVH to create Mobile Internet Receiver with MSN TV service for Internet access on the move in cars, boats and RVs.

MSN Autos marks ninth year as Official Web Site for the North American International Auto Show; exclusive video clips, photos and news content featured throughout event.

Vulnerability in graphics rendering engine could allow remote code execution.

Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Leading manufacturer of weather products introduces stylish Weather Station Powered by MSN Direct.

Next generation of Smart Watches available this spring; regional weather stations with MSN Direct expand retail availability.

Seamless integration of Windows Media Player 11 and URGE delivers complete music experience and redefines music discovery for fans.

Bill Gates demonstrates consumer benefits of Windows Vista and highlights new enhancements for Windows XP Media Center Edition.

Royal Philips Electronics and Microsoft are teaming up to introduce the new VOIP433 Dual Phone.

Windows Live Messenger customers to make PC calls over the Internet with Uniden’s WIN 1200 digital cordless phone.

Toshiba, Tatung and LG are building a wide range of Windows Mobile-based Portable Media Centers, new devices first to get Vongo — newly launched Starz online movie service.

CES keynote address features first broad demonstration of Windows Vista; new Xbox 360 peripherals, mobile devices and Windows Live services.