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Microsoft Sunday MWC event: Livestream start time, how to look, what to expect

The original HoloLens, seen here, was launched in 2015. Sarah Tew / CNET It has been more than a month since Microsoft submitted invitations to its press conference at MWC Barcelona, ​​the phone-centric fair that was previously called the Mobile World Congress. But with the company officially from the telephone industry the smart money at the focus of the event has been HoloLens 2 . Microsoft will launch its presentation at noon ET / 9 AM PT, which is 6 pm in Barcelona. CNET will have a crew at the event, and you can watch the live stream as well. Read on for details. How to watch live: Sunday, February 24, Microsoft is streaming its press conference live from Barcelona on Microsoft.com. Watch Microsoft live stream here Event start time: 9 am PT, dinner ET (See start time where you are) Live coverage: We have updates from the scene. Update this story for updates. What to Expect The hope of a possible HoloLens sequel began when Microsoft indicated that technical fellow Alex Kipman will talk at the event. Kipman, creator of Kinect and HoloLens as well as the head of Microsoft's mixed reality efforts, continued the flames when he tweeted a cryptic video earlier this month . He will be joined by CEO Satya Nadella and Corporate VP Julia White . The HoloLens headset is after all an update. Microsoft first showed the mixed reality head more than four years ago . And while there is still no consumer version,…

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The original HoloLens, seen here, was launched in 2015.


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It has been more than a month since Microsoft submitted invitations to its press conference at MWC Barcelona, ​​the phone-centric fair that was previously called the Mobile World Congress. But with the company officially from the telephone industry the smart money at the focus of the event has been HoloLens 2 .

Microsoft will launch its presentation at noon ET / 9 AM PT, which is 6 pm in Barcelona. CNET will have a crew at the event, and you can watch the live stream as well. Read on for details.

How to watch live: Sunday, February 24,

Microsoft is streaming its press conference live from Barcelona on Microsoft.com.

Watch Microsoft live stream here

Event start time: 9 am PT, dinner ET (See start time where you are)

Live coverage: We have updates from the scene. Update this story for updates.

What to Expect

The hope of a possible HoloLens sequel began when Microsoft indicated that technical fellow Alex Kipman will talk at the event. Kipman, creator of Kinect and HoloLens as well as the head of Microsoft’s mixed reality efforts, continued the flames when he tweeted a cryptic video earlier this month . He will be joined by CEO Satya Nadella and Corporate VP Julia White .

The HoloLens headset is after all an update. Microsoft first showed the mixed reality head more than four years ago . And while there is still no consumer version, it has found a home within the industry and the military (although the $ 480 million contract with the US Army has created an aberration in the votes of Redmond ). HoloLen’s successor rumors date back to at least June 201

8 . And the latest announcement that a HoloLens app comes to Android shows that Microsoft is still actively involved in the technology.

Other MWC Messages

Still, HoloLens or No, Microsoft’s presentation will be a highlight of Sunday’s MWC itinerary, which is the start of at least two days of press conferences in Barcelona. Before Microsoft, Huawei and HMD (Nokia) will kick things, while LG will end the day. They will be followed on Monday by Sony, Ericsson and ZTE.

CNET will have full coverage of the show throughout the week.


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