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Facebook’s F8 event takes place this Tuesday and Wednesday. Did your invitation get lost in the mail? That’s OK. You can watch the whole thing online.

F8 is Facebook’s developer conference, but it’s also an annual occasion to show off all the cool things Facebook has been working on. The day one keynote was stuffed with news about Oculus Go, new video chat features in Instagram and WhatsApp, and a revamp of Messenger. The company even debuted a new dating platform within the main Facebook experience. Mark Zuckerberg also took the opportunity to address the scandals and stumbles Facebook has weathered after a rough start to the year.

Wednesday’s keynote will look forward. We should expect more AR and VR news, updates on the company’s machine-learning and computer-vision efforts, and a peek into Facebook’s secretive innovation lab, Building 8.

Watch the Keynote live.

The F8 Schedule

The keynote speech kicks off at 10 am PDT (1 pm EDT) on Wednesday and lasts about 90 minutes. Facebook execs and product managers will walk us through all the big announcements. Other speakers and sessions will follow throughout Tuesday and Wednesday. You can see the full schedule here, and watch those sessions on-demand. We’ll also cover the highlights here on WIRED.

Where to Watch

Watch the whole show at Facebook’s developer page. We’ll give you a play-by-play on the WIRED F8 liveblog. Follow along for all the news and commentary starting at 9:30am PDT, just ahead of the keynote speech.

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