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Microsoft, Intel and Apple buddy up for DigitalLife conference

Everyone's friends in the digital world

The DigitalLife exhibition in New York on 14 October will see keynote presentations from Microsoft and Intel representatives and a panel discussion featuring Apple and HP employees.

Microsoft corporate vice-president Peter Moore will kick off the show with a presentation entitled ‘Xbox 360: The Next Generation Is Here’. Next up will be Don MacDonald, Intel vice-president and general manager of the company's Digital Home Group, giving attendees a preview of never-before-seen technologies that Intel is launching this Christmas, with a particular focus on products for the digital home.

Greg Joswiak, Apple's vice-president of iPod product worldwide marketing, will participate in a panel discussion that will "demonstrate a number of hot new products and talk about the highlights of this year's holiday tech shopping season”, according to the organisers of the show.

The panel also includes HP executive vice-president Todd Bradley; James Burke, Motorola's senior director of product operations; Bryan Lamkin, senior vice-president of Adobe’s digital imaging and video business unit; and Netgear chairman and CEO Patrick Lo.

DigitalLife will be held from 14 to 16 October at the Jacob K Javits Convention Center in New York City. More information is available at www.digitallife.com.


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