2008 Microsoft CES Keynote

In theory, the Microsoft CES Keynote should be starting any minute now. Also in theory, you should be able to watch the Microsoft Keynote LIVE right here on Microsoft’s Silverlight powered CES website.

We will update this post with any video game related news that comes out of the conference.

Stay Tuned!

UPDATE (8:28 p.m. Central Time): An announcer just come over the loud speaker and said the keynote is starting in 2 minutes. Maybe it will actually start on time.

UPDATE (8:33 p.m. Central Time): The keynote has started. Watch it live on Microsoft’s CES site.

UPDATE (8:40 p.m. Central Time): Bill Gates takes the stage.

UPDATE (8:47 p.m. Central Time): A pretty funny video started on the big screen behind Bill Gates. The video was a dramatization of Bill Gates’ departure from a full-time position of Microsoft. The video featured many celebrities like George Clooney, Hilary Clinton, Barrack Obama, and many more. We’ll try and get the complete list a little later.

UPDATE (9:01 p.m. Central Time): Mika Krammer takes the stage to explain some new technology that Microsoft has to offer. Such as Windows Live.

UPDATE (9:06 p.m. Central Time): Bill Gates comes back to the stage.

UPDATE (9:10 p.m. Central Time): A video shows what Microsoft’s Silverlight software will do to improve NBC’s coverage of the 2008 Olympics.

UPDATE (9:13 p.m. Central Time): Bill Gates brings Robbie Bach onstage to discuss games and other things. It could be time for the big announcement.

UPDATE (9:18 p.m. Central Time): Robbie Bach says BT software will become available for the Xbox 360. Could this mean you will be able to browse the internet with the 360?

UPDATE (9:22 p.m. Central Time): Robbie Bach and Molly O’Donnell discuss the Zune updates.

UPDATE (9:24 p.m. Central Time): Molly drives a car onstage and Robbie and Molly demonstrate the updates of Sync technology for vehicles.

UPDATE (9:27 p.m. Central Time): Windows Mobile updates.

UPDATE (9:32 p.m. Central Time): Bill comes back to help Robbie discuss more Microsoft Mobile technology.

UPDATE (9:36 p.m. Central Time): Bill almost plays Guitar Hero 3. He brings on Slash to play for him.

UPDATE (9:39 p.m. Central Time): This concludes the Microsoft 2008 CES press conference.

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