Facebook's redesigned News Feed: Join us Thursday, 10 a.m. PT (live blog)

The social network is rumored to be introducing content-specific feeds and bigger images. Join us for live coverage of its press conference.

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Facebook is all set to potentially wow the world with a redesigned News Feed tomorrow -- or send users into a tizzy over yet another major change to the world's most popular social network.

CNET will be bringing you the news, images, and commentary as the event unfolds starting at 10 a.m. PT. Follow along with our live blog here:

CNET's live coverage of Facebook's unveiling of a News Feed redesign

The company is rumored to be launching content-specific News Feeds, so users can choose to, say, browse only photos and Instagram posts, or just see what music their friends are listening to at the moment.

As CNET's Jennifer Van Grove points out, the News Feed is due for an upgrade. This could be the first overhaul of the News Feed since Facebook debuted the product in September 2006. A new design could mean an elaborate alteration built from nine years of collecting intel on how users enjoy consuming content, or it could draw the ire of users who hate even the tiniest change in the network.

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