Microsoft’s yearly Build developer conference continues today, May 11, with an announcement-packed keynote address. We’ll be liveblogging the proceedings right here, so join us for live analysis and commentary (and jokes!) from David Pierce, Brian Barrett, and the rest of our liveblog team.
The day-two keynote begins at 8:30 am Pacific (11:30 am Eastern). Our liveblog will appear here on this page at 8 am Pacific, about 30 minutes before the event. The bulk of Build is broadcast via livestream from the event in Seattle, and you can watch a livestream of the keynote here on WIRED.
So, what should we expect? Lots of announcements! There was much talk about AI on the first day of Build, and there was some news about Microsoft’s Cortana voice assistant. During Thursday’s keynote, we can expect more news around Windows, HoloLens, and Surface.
You may be wondering why we’re liveblogging an event that’s also being livestreamed. Well, that’s easy: We love liveblogs. There’s no better way than a liveblog to bring you at-the-moment analysis and commentary about each utterance of Microsoft’s executive team. We’ll be liveblogging starting about half an hour before the keynote starts. Join us!
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