Watch the Microsoft Build live stream here

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Every year we start things off with a couple months of expo season, with winter bringing us both CES and later MWC. But by the time spring rolls around, we’re ready to move on from those big trade shows to platform-focused events. Google I/O and Apple’s WWDC are still weeks away, but this week Microsoft gets things started with Build 2015. With lots of events and presentations to check out, there’s plenty to keep attendees busy, but it’s today’s first keynote that’s likely to bring us any big news Microsoft has brewing. We’ll be delivering coverage of any important announcements later today, but if you’ve just got to have your news before anyone else, you’re in luck, as Microsoft is providing the opportunity to stream the festivities.

In just under two hours at 11:30 am EDT (8:30 PDT, 3:30 GMT), the Build 2015 keynote address gets started. When the time rolls around, Microsoft is streaming the keynote live through the source link below.

We’ll also try and update this post here with an embedded copy of the feed, should Microsoft make such a thing available. Check back then to learn the latest about Windows 10, and maybe even some HoloLens or new Lumia action if we’re lucky.

Update: The keynote’s over, but here’s the full thing for you to watch at your leisure:

Source: Microsoft

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