Microsoft joins the MWC 2015 and here is where you can follow them live from



MWC short for Mobile Word Congress takes place every year at the same place and time, in Barcelona in March. The event is one of the biggest in its class and beside Microsoft there are also other tech giants at this event presenting their newest Hardware Concepts and Products.

Since Microsoft is currently working on a few things, this will be an important event for the company. Windows 10 is on the way, Windows 10 for Phones has been released as a first Preview and Windows 10 for Desktop PC’s and Tablets is in a mature Build already with included Cortana and some other features. Almost as important like the new operating systems which Microsoft is working on, are new high end Windows Phone devices from the company since the Lumia 930 was the last true high end device and the release of this one was already some time ago. Among some other things we will probably see the next Build of Windows 10 (for Desktops) which will have a Build number above 10.000 for the first time, tough we may not see that much changes in this Build but it will have massive improvements under the hood to run more smoothly and stable.

Fortunately Microsoft will also live stream the event so that you can follow the event and see what the company brings for Consumer and Enterprise customers even if you are not able to join the event in Barcelona. The Event takes place on March 2nd at 8:30 AM Barcelona Time, what means GMT +1. The Stream can be found on Microsoft’s Conversations Blog which was also known as Nokia Conversations earlier.
Since this time may not be ideal for everyone all over the world and you may be at work you can also follow a constantly updated News Feed at the Microsoft Press Site. Of course you can also stick to OneTechStop to get the latest news about Microsoft at the MWC, we will try our best to keep you updated at this special day in March, So stay tuned and keep checking back.

You are welcome to leave me your opinion about the Mobile World Congress and what you think Microsoft should better come up with at this event.

Source: Conversations