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Where to watch Facebook’s F8 developer conference live


The Next Web
120 d ago

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Facebook is gearing up to host its F8 annual developer conference at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose on April 18 and 19. The company is expected to show off new products, experiments and developments in camera and VR tech, its Messenger platform, open source tools, resources for publishers and more. If you’re not attending in person, here’s how you can tune into the the livestream: The broadcast kicks off at 10AM PDT / 1PM EDT / 7PM CEST / 10:30PM IST. Point your browser to fbf8.com/watch Sign up with your Facebook account or email address to get access…



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