Kevin Dallas, general manager of Windows EmbeddedYesterday, the Windows Embedded team published details of the product roadmap that includes updates to the Desktop/Embedded and Compact (Windows CE) products – the Microsoft News Center Article is here.

Kevin Dallas (photo) says there are two primary pillars for developers and organizations to innovate with intelligent systems. One is the ability of the system to gather and harness data in new ways. The other is delivering an immersive new experience for end users, customers and enterprise workforces alike.

Both have factored heavily into Microsoft’s road map for the Windows Embedded platform, with a blend of technologies to connect devices seamlessly across an organization, manage those devices easily on the IT side, and also allow extensive customization and differentiation with a new user interface and features for touch, gesture and speech control.

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- Mike