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Microsoft Corp. chairman Bill Gates talks at the Games Developers Conference 2000 in San Jose, Calif., Friday, March 10, 2000. Microsoft is setting up a battle of the gaming giants as it takes the wraps off an entertainment console code-named "X-Box" in a bid for a larger chunk of the $11 billion video gaming industry. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

 

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Microsoft Corp. chairman Bill Gates gestures at the Games Developers Conference 2000 in San Jose, Calif., Friday, March 10, 2000. Microsoft is setting up a battle of the gaming giants as it takes the wraps off an entertainment console code-named "X-Box" in a bid for a larger chunk of the $11 billion video gaming industry. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

 

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Microsoft Corp. demonstrator Brett Schneph explains about "X-box," a Microsoft's computer game console based on the Windows operating system during a press conference at a Tokyo hotel Friday morning, March 10, 2000. The system, that includes access to the Internet for multiplayer gaming, was unveiled in Tokyo ahead of a planned announcement in the United States in a threat to Sony's popular PlayStation2. (AP Photo/Atsushi Tsukada)

 

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Microsoft Corp. Hardware Division Vice President Rick Thompson, center, speaks during a press conference to launch "X-box," a Microsoft's computer game console based on the Windows operating system that includes access to the Internet for multiplayer gaming, during a press unveiling at a Tokyo hotel Friday morning, March 10, 2000. In a threat to Sony's popular PlayStation2, the system was unveiled in Tokyo ahead of a planned announcement in the United States. Accompanying Thompson are Shin'ichi Ata, managing director of Microsoft Co., Ltd. of Japan, left, and "X-box" demonstrator Brett Schneph. (AP Photo/Atsushi Tsukada)


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