Microsoft to live-stream its IFA event on Friday, new Windows 10 devices queued up

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If you’ve been looking for some Microsoft news, look no further. This Friday at 6AM PDT, Microsoft is going to be holding its live stream at IFA (labeled “Windows 10 Lights Up New Devices”,) and they’re sure to be showing off some of the new devices that will be running Windows 10. Microsoft is likely to be showing off some variety of new hardware, however, we wouldn’t hold our breath for a big announcement along the lines of a flagship mobile device.
It’s possible that Microsoft may use this platform in order to formally announce the rumored October event, in which they may finally go about announcing the flagships that Windows 10 Mobile so desperately needs. Hopefully, with an event with as much attention as IFA, Microsoft can recognize that now is a great time to work on building some excitement for its upcoming projects. Using a tagline like “Windows 10 Lights Up New Devices” gets me very interested in seeing a possible flagship announcement in the near future.
If you’re like me and intend to wake up criminally early to catch this live-stream, (or are lucky, and live in a place in which this event occurs at a reasonable hour) you can catch the stream right here. Oh, and don’t worry, we’ll remind you as the date nears.