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How to watch Mark Zuckerberg’s F8 keynote live

You can stream the keynote online starting at 10 am PT.

Mark Zuckerberg Attends Mobile World Congress 2016 David Ramos / Getty

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will give his keynote address at the company’s annual F8 developer conference today at 10am PT, 1pm ET.

The conference is in San Jose, Calif., but you don’t need to be in attendance to hear Zuckerberg lay out his plans for Facebook — the company is streaming the keynote online right here.

All you need to do is sign in with your Facebook account. Or if you aren’t one of Facebook’s nearly 2 billion users, you can create an account or simply sign up with an email address to watch the stream.

Zuckerberg usually covers the biggest news of the two-day conference in his keynote. It’s likely he’ll expand on the lengthy manifesto that he published in February, where he outlined his vision for Facebook to help better the world and not just serve as a technology layer to connect it. Facebook is also expected to share updates for Messenger, its augmented-reality efforts and its hardware ambitions.

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