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How to watch Mark Zuckerberg’s keynote at F8, Facebook’s developer conference

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Every year, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg takes to the stage and tells a packed auditorium of developers and press about new tools, products, and initiatives the company has been working on. While most people don’t need to know about the nitty-gritty of building apps and services around the Facebook platform, sometimes we get a peek at the company’s long-term plans or a weird gadget that the company’s researchers have dreamed up.

Facebook is streaming the keynote today at 1pm ET/10 am PT, on the Facebook for Developers page. Unfortunately, there’s no link to the video itself that can be shared beforehand, but Facebook is circulating a link to this landing pageUpdate: Now that the video is live, we’ve embedded it below.

You can also hang out on the Facebook for Developers page, and wait for the live video to pop up.

And if you don’t want to watch, follow along with reporters Mike Murphy and Dave Gershgorn on Twitter. We’ll be live tweeting what you need to know.

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