Here at CES in Las Vegas, the night before the fun really starts, there is always a keynote speech by Microsoft. It starts at 6.30pm (so in about 30 minutes time) and if you want to watch it live you can watch a webcast.
Here is what Microsoft say about the keynote:
Steve Ballmer, chief executive officer of Microsoft, and Robbie Bach, president of the Entertainment & Devices Division, deliver the pre-show keynote address in Las Vegas to kick off the 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Coverage begins on Jan. 6, 2010, at approximately 6:30 p.m. PST with the live, streaming keynote.
So, if you want to watch the live stream (or the recording if you miss the live event), you can do so by clicking here.
Also, a few of the guys – Ian Dixon, Terry Walsh, Garry Whittiker and Dave McCabe are actually there right now, in the front row would you believe! Well, they did queue up for about 4 hours to get in, so well done guys. I couldn’t go with them as I had a few meetings to go to.
Ian is actually doing a live blog post as well : to see it click here.