Where to watch Microsoft's MWC 2019 future of computing event

Microsoft is about announce some cool stuff at the 2019 Mobile World Congress. Find out if Hololens 2 is coming and much more during the live stream.


Microsoft is about to show off their vision for the future of computing at MWC 2019. Formerly known as the Mobile World Congress, the event is happening right now in Barcelona. While Microsoft may have not placed in the race for smartphone dominance, the company is intensely focused on augmented reality and cloud technologies that will push technology into the next decade. Here's how to watch the Microsoft at MWC19 Barcelona special live stream event.

What time does the Microsoft at MWC 2019 Barcelona presentation begin?

The team at Microsoft plan to kick off the presentation at 6:00 PM CET/12:00 PM ET/9:00 AM PT on February 24, 2019.

What is expected to be announced at the event?

There are a lot of rumors swirling around the Internet that Microsoft will unveil the second generation of their Hololens augmented reality head-mounted display computer. Hololens 2 would certainly qualify as a mobile product and would hold true to the company's promise of showing attendees "new innovations for the future of computing."

How to watch the Microsoft at MWC 2019 Barcelona live stream presentation?

The presentation is streaming on the official Microsoft website. Shackers will have to head over there to check out all of the cool announcements from MWC 2019. We also tracked down the YouTube stream.

Microsoft has been working, behind the scenes, for years on Hololens and augmented reality. The AR space has yet to see a killer product, with Magic Leap One receiving some mixed reviews with its launch last year. These new AR HMDs don't necessarily have to be consumer product hits at first to make waves in the industry, as Microsoft has realized with government partnerships for augmented reality military gear.

Tune in to the Microsoft at MWC19 Barcelona live stream to see what Mr. Softy has planned for the near future and beyond. Hopefully, we will get some details on a new Hololens 2.


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