WWDC 2010: Live Debate Streams In

By Peter Chubb - Jun 7, 2010

WWDC 2010 kicks off in less than three hours time and already the Internet is alive with all sorts of news, we can even see streams of live debates, which is where some of the most interesting information comes from. We all know what we hope to expect from the event, but the likes of Gizmodo will have to use this information as their request to attend was turned down, which you can read more about in our recent post.

So let us take a look at some of the latest stuff coming from these live debates. One of the most recent has to be one of the funniest, saying “Holy crap this line is long”, while another saying that on the same day in 1975 Sony started selling the betamax.

Tweets have started to come in that they have started to enter Moscone, now they are just waiting for the keynote. Many people are just exited to know what Steve Jobs will announce at today’s keynote – we all know what we want, the question is when will it be released?

The strange thing is, no one seems to be talking about any other device launch, just the iPhone HD / 4G. Let us not forget that we could also see an update to the Mac Mini and the MacBook Air.

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