WinHEC 2016 Keynote is Now Available On-Demand

Posted on December 8, 2016 by Paul Thurrott in Hardware, Windows 10 with 9 Comments

Last night—or, this morning in China—Microsoft launched its Windows Hardware Engineering Community (WinHEC) event in Shenzhen, China. And now you can watch an on-demand version of its keynote address featuring Terry Myerson.

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9 responses to “WinHEC 2016 Keynote is Now Available On-Demand”

  1. 1266

    Wow, Terry Myerson has lost quite a bit of weight it seems.  Good for him.

  2. 5486

    I think MS are going to have their work cut out that that 'mission statement'. It's way pie in the sky, and very few people really achieve (or are actually employed to achieve) anything anyway. They just do the same job - day in, day out. They have no interest in achieving - they just lumber to work and back, run the same app every day and wait for the next pay cheque. They use Windows only because that's what they're given. It could be Linux, ChromeOS, Mac etc, but this goes back almost 25 years when their was nothing out there like Windows, so Microsoft are still rooted pretty deep in the Enterprise, but even that's slowly changing.

    'Empower' is one of the words I hate the most as well. Companies like MS throw it around like it means something, but it rarely does, and is just annoying as hell. People use Windows for one reason or another because generally, they have no other choice. Who 'loves' Windows anymore? Practically no-one. The mobile revolution is well upon us, and MS are playing a smaller and smaller part in it. They've been caught, overtaken, and are now watching the agile leaders speed away. Nothing much else they can do by the looks of it.

  3. 5361


    Microsoft to Qualcom:   "We are going to make you billions"

    Qualcom to Microsoft:  Awkward Hug.   


  4. 5027

    Seeing the 3D dog, makes me want a virtual Clippy :)  

  5. 318

    imagine a device running Windows 10 on ARM, that runs UWP and Win32 apps -- and ALSO runs either an Android sub-system or Andoid app emulaiton?!?!? UWP and Win32 and Android apps. That would make a pretty great mobile computing device. Microsoft is making a lot of new corporate 'friends' lately. What if Microsoft and Google became 'friends'? Would such a partnership eventually bury Apple?