Live WWDC Coverage (Updated)

Written by: Adam Christianson

Categories: Cool Stuff, News

WWDC 2006Well the big event is on in just a few hours. Unfortunately there is no live video stream of the event (but I am sure you can expect a delayed QuickTime stream to show up on a few hours after the keynote). So that’s the bad news. The good news is there will be many blogs and sites offering near real-time “text” based coverage of the event. Below you’ll find a list of several sites that should be delivering all the WWDC goodness about as fast as they can auto-refresh it (please don’t flood the servers). I myself will be blogging my reactions and impressions along with some other Mac Geeks over at Also if you would like to get in on some reral-time chat with other MacCasters, then fire up iChat (AIM) and go to the chat room ‘maccast’.

Updated: Added more links to live coverage.

WWDC Coverage
WWDC Live (I’ll be blogging here)
The Apple Blog
PodTech (Podcast with Photostream)
ars technica (IRC)

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  1. macDude88 | Aug 06 2006 - 10:43

    thanks for the links…one question though: when does the keynote begin? :-P

    9am pacific?

  2. atomizer | Aug 06 2006 - 11:08

    I do believe around 10am, at least that’s what my widget says! Can’t wait! : P

  3. macDude88 | Aug 06 2006 - 11:31


    atomizer, thanks for the fast reply!

  4. Mark | Aug 07 2006 - 01:19

    The keynote begins at:

    7:00AM – Hawaii
    10:00AM – Pacific
    11:00AM – Mountain
    12:00PM – Central
    1:00PM – Eastern
    5:00PM – GMT
    6:00PM – London
    7:00PM – Paris
    2:00AM – Tokyo (August 8th)

    At WWDC Live, the plan is to syndicate the various event feeds, so you get all the information. Afterwards, we’ll produce indepth analysis and reports, and also see what other companies are bringing out over the WWDC week.

  5. Ger | Aug 10 2006 - 04:43

    hehe… Adam!

    I just watched the keynote, and to be honest, i’m not all that impressed by most think in the keynote, but i noticed one little thing and i just wanted to point you back to my comment on the 7/26 show ( (#23)))…

    When Steve gave the demo of VoiceOver it instantly reminded me of the ebook reader on ipod item…

    Yes, it would be totally cool adding these two points together! :)