Microsoft streaming tomorrow’s CES keynote

By Johnny Cullen, Tuesday, 4 January 2011 07:55 GMT

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Nelson’s posted word that Microsoft is to stream its CES keynote in Las Vegas tomorrow.

It’ll be streamed from the company’s Facebook page here.

As far as gaming stuff goes, expect Ballmer to drop some hardware numbers for 360.

No Entertainment boss Robbie Bach this year due to his retirement from the company last year, but you may see Interactive head Don Mattrick instead representing for 360.

Last year, Microsoft showed off Kinect – nee Natal – Halo: Reach and Alan Wake at its speech, the latter announced for post-release DLC.

This year’s event kicks off at 2:30 am GMT on Thursday. That’s 9:30pm EST/6:30pm PST tomorrow.

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