Tonight at 9:30pm ET/6:30pm PST, Microsoft’s annual CES press conference will get underway with the Keynote address from the Las Vegas Hilton. Like Microsoft’s E3 press conference last June, you’ll be able to live stream the CES 2011 press conference and soak in all the announcements as they happen.
Microsoft will be live streaming their Keynote at CES via a special CES tab on their Facebook page. The catch is you have to “like” Microsoft on Facebook to gain access to the stream. If you really don’t want to be following Microsoft going forward then undo the “like” once the press conference wraps.
As a movie, television and gaming coverage outlet we’re curious to see if Microsoft announces any new partnerships or initiatives via Xbox Live. We’re also curious to see if the rumored Kinect Avatar is unveiled, expected to be Microsoft’s version of Playstation Home. The leaked slide touting it seemed pretty legit.