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Re: Xbox v. PlayStation: Microsoft Throws Down the Gauntlet
Posted by Rob Enderle on 2004-03-29 09:40:49
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At the Game Developers Conference (GDC) last week, Microsoft raised the bar on what has become one of the more interesting battles in the industry. Actually, it would be more accurate to say Microsoft has taken the gloves off and now -- really -- is going after the entertainment segment. A few months ago, MSN was brought back into the fold and made strategic again -- so much so that there are rumors suggesting Microsoft may buy AOL from Time Warner. The GDC was the coming-out party for the Xbox group moving through the same process.





 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: Xbox v. PlayStation: Microsoft Throws Down the Gauntlet  Rob Enderle  2004-03-29 09:40:49
Re: Xbox v. PlayStation: Microsoft Throws Down the Gauntlet  braktune  2004-04-01 18:19:39
Then why are Xbox2 dev kits Mac G5 based??  unicron  2004-03-31 13:13:10
Re: Then why are Xbox2 dev kits Mac G5 based??  RobEnderle  2004-04-01 13:04:34
Then why are Xbox2 Dev stations Mac G5s?  unicron  2004-03-31 12:14:44
Re: Xbox v. PlayStation: Microsoft Throws Down the Gauntlet  vanye  2004-03-29 20:19:29
Re: Xbox v. PlayStation: Microsoft Throws Down the Gauntlet  RobEnderle  2004-03-31 11:17:09
Re: Xbox v. PlayStation: Microsoft Throws Down the Gauntlet  vanye  2004-03-29 15:12:23
Re: Xbox market share  RobEnderle  2004-03-31 11:14:44
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