Microsoft is holding its annual Build developers conference tomorrow, and you can watch the keynote live, which is streaming live tomorrow in San Francisco starting at 9am PT. The conference will take place starting tomorrow, April 29th through Friday May 1st.
The keynote is expected to to last about two hours and will cover the future of Windows 10, Office, Xbox, Windows Phone, HoloLens, and much more.
You can view the live streaming event on Channel9.msdn.com. Also, you might want to download the Build mobile app, which provides a list of sessions and schedules, speaker info, session videos, and more. The app is free and available on Windows Phone, iOS, and Android.
Remember, this is a conference for software developers, so we shouldn’t see any new hardware devices, then again, you never know. Hopefully we’ll see a new version of Windows 10 for PCs or Windows Phone, or the touch-first Office beta. No matter what happens, we’re bound to see some cool new technology and start getting a better idea of where Windows 10 is heading, as well as Microsoft’s online services.
Update: In case you missed it, or weren’t able to watch the this year’s Build 2015 keynote, you can watch it below.