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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:17am 07/01/10 | 3 Comments
Microsoft are inviting anyone interested in what they have to outline for their business model in 2010 at this year's CES (Consumer Electronics Show), to tune in and watch Robbie Bach and Steve Ballmer live, at the following link, where it's suggested they'll talk about the Xbox 360 in 2010 because, really, there's not a great deal on the horizon - in-house - beyond Halo Reach and Project Natal, as well as what they have in store for the PC community in terms of software and new hardware.

If you can't stream the event because you're at work or school, never fear as well be sure to update you as the keynote progresses.

Coverage kicks off at 1.30pm AEDT today, so be sure to hit the above link, or simply stay tuned to AusGamers for notes on the event.



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Dan
Posted 02:59pm 07/1/10
Wow, it's incredibly dull so far. Didn't even show the Halo Reach footage :/
Opec
Posted 03:14pm 07/1/10
Wake me when if they start talking about Winmo 7.
Midda
Posted 03:45pm 07/1/10
Wow, it's incredibly dull so far. Didn't even show the Halo Reach footage :/

This is an electronics show, not a games show. I wouldn't have made the assumption that they'd make any game announcements at all.
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