Samsung is starting its Developer Conference 2016 with live streams of the keynote addresses including the opening keynote scheduled to kick things off today at 9:30am PST/12:30pm EST.

President of Samsung’s Mobile Communications Business DJ Koh will kick off the opening address alongside other execs from various parts of the company. And giving us a glimpse of what to expect at the keynote, also scheduled to speak is the company’s Head of R&D, Software and Services for mobile, its VP of Ecosystems and IoT, and CEO and founder of SmartThings, among others.

Tomorrow Samsung will begin the day with an “Inspirational Keynote” featuring talks from Samsung’s Executive Vice President, Media Solutions Center America John Pleasants and execs from some of the other companies partners including Intel, IBM, Unity, and others. That keynote is scheduled for 9:30am PST/12:30pm EST tomorrow. 

As usual, Samsung will use the annual event to show off its latest for developers across its Mobile, VR, IoT, Wearables, and B-B businesses. And there could always be some surprises too. Yesterday we showed you five experimental gadgets that the company plans on showing off during the event this week, including some interesting new mobile and IoT devices it has in development.

Samsung has a full agenda here for the 2016 Developer Conference taking place today and tomorrow at Moscone West in San Francisco. Check back later for the live streams of the keynote speeches.

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