WWDC 2010 Live stream by Gizmodo: Not their own

According to David Murphy from PCMag, it seems that the WWDC 2010 Live Stream that Gizmodo will have on their site will not be their own. They are reporting that Gizmodo sent in a request to attend the Worldwide Developers Conference keynote, but Apple has not answered. This shows that if you mess with Apple then you will be left out of what is one of the biggest tech events of the year.

You can understand that Gizmodo — who usually covers the event live — is in an awkward situation, which is why they will be using a number of sources for the live blogging of the event. They will mix all of these sources together to make a kind of live blog of their own — good luck on that one.

We do not want to take sides, but if you handle stolen goods and then write about it for millions to read, then you need to accept the consequences. We are not certain if Gizmodo’s readers or advertisers will be happy with this latest development? But it is something that they will just have to get on with.

Even before the event starts there has been so much reported already, such as rumors of Safari 5, Mac Mini, MacBook Air, and the name of the new Apple smartphone — iPhone HD.

Here is a list of keynote times and live blogs

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Written by Peter Chubb

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