A few months ago now, Facebook teased that the 2018 iteration of its F8 developer conference would feature its “biggest VR/AR news to date” when it got underway in May. Well, May’s here and it’s finally time to see what the company has in store.
F8 is kicking off with a keynote talk today at 10am PT/1pm ET/6pm BST. You can expect this to be where Zuckerberg and co show their cards. Chances are the news concerns the new Oculus go standalone headset, which is rumored to be launching at F8. In fact, attendees might even be getting their own Go to take home.
You might not get a Go for free, but you can still watch along to the keynote. F8’s official site currently asks you to sign up to be emailed a link to the stream, but we’re sure a public link will be made available as we get closer to kick off. We’ll embed it here, if possible.
If you can’t watch along live then never fear: we’ll be bringing you all the latest from this year’s show as it happens.