Microsoft entry into cable TV

By Derek Sooman on November 10, 2004, 3:58 PM
Always seeming to get bigger, Microsoft is in the news again today, this time for announcing that on Monday they will begin offering Microsoft's cable-television software to Comcast customers in Washington state. Comcat is key in Microsoft's quest to expand from the desktop computer to the home-entertainment center. Comcast will launch cable boxes in Washington equipped with a dual-tuner digital video-recording system, running on Microsoft's software.

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