Microsoft set to bring Blu-Ray to Xbox gaming stations

Mar. 10, 2008
Office Live workspace ready for beta testing (and WoMP)
Computer World
David Chartier shares his opinions of Microsoft’s Office Live Workspace.

“Office Live Workspace is Microsoft’s approach to online collaboration that still keeps its cash cow Office product in the driver’s seat. The web site acts as a central hub for home users and teams to upload and share documents … [it’s] a well-rounded tool that removes a lot of the complicated and expensive overhead of collaboration).”

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The future of cellphones in Canada
The Globe and Mail
Jack Kapica looks ahead at the telco business industry and what it could mean for Canada.

“At some point, Canadian telcos will have to drop their prices – and they won’t have to do it to compete with the U.S. carriers, but to compete with themselves.”

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Sony: Microsoft wants Blu-Ray Xbox
Chris Kohler explores Microsoft’s latest work with Sony.

“Microsoft is in talks with Sony about the possibility of adding Blu-ray technology to Xbox 360, reports the Financial Times…Notes the Times: A Blu-ray drive in a 360 would make Microsoft more competitive with the PS3, but it would also mean extra revenues for Sony’s electronics division. It would also add further cost to the 360, meaning a premium edition of the console could be necessary.”

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