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Where to get the best WWDC Live Coverage.

Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference is an annual event showcasing everything Apple and Development related. Every year, thousands of top industry professionals and Apple enthusiasts get together in San Francisco, CA at the Moscone West. 2008 is the first year where this event has sold out, largely in part to the brand new “iPhone Development Track” Apple is focusing on this year.

Although we wish we could attend WWDC this year, we simply weren’t able to make it happen. (“sigh”) But, that doesn’t mean we aren’t going to follow it from our favorite neighboring sites !!! Below is a list of our 3 favorite sites offering live WWDC coverage and links to their live updates page.

Where to get the best WWDC Coverage.
Site Coverage Offered Direct Links
MacRumors Live Coverage, Twitter, RSS, Spoiler Free Direct:
Spoiler Free:
Gizmodo Live Coverage Direct:
Engadget Live Coverage, Twitter, RSS, Spanish Direct:

More coverage:
Site Coverage Offered Direct Links
TheDigitalLifestyle Video (30,000 viewer cap, opens at 9am Pacific) Direct:
iLounge Live Coverage Direct:
The Cult of Mac Live Coverage Direct:
MacDailyNews Live Coverage Direct:

Enjoy !!!

Comments [2]

2 Comments to “Where to get the best WWDC Live Coverage.”

FrankUratry @ June 7th, 2008 at 10:06 pm
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Thanx for this list. I was going to bookmark all of these sites. Just bookmarked this page, be checking all of them during my “work” day Monday.


Floored111 @ June 7th, 2008 at 10:12 pm
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Gizmodo’s liveblog was fairly clogged up at MacWorld. MacRumors has an optimized iPhone version of the site too. I mean, most people will be in front of a computer if they have wi-fi. But, it’s a nice idea.

I’m going to stick with MacRumors primarily, but I’ll be using this list throughout the day to revert back. If you find anymore, put them up please MacBlogz.