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Macworld 2009 Live Keynote Coverage

Every year, thousands of top industry professionals and Apple enthusiasts get together in San Francisco, CA at the Moscone West to celebrate culture, technology and the way Apple has influenced the industry as a whole. This year is Apple’s last year in attendance. We will be covering all the angles of this year’s Macworld Conference & Expo, but when it comes to live-blogging, some of our friends have cooked up some nice ways to deliver the fast paced news. Below are a few helpful links for you to click come keynote time.

Where to get the best Live Macworld Keynote Coverage.
Site Coverage Offered Direct Links
MacRumors Live Coverage, Twitter, RSS, Spoiler Free Direct:
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Gizmodo Live Coverage Direct:
Ars Technica Live Coverage Direct:
The Mac Observer Live Coverage Direct:
TheDigitalLifestyle Live Coverage (via hosted video stream) Direct:
Popular Mechanics Live Coverage Direct:
gdgt Live Coverage Direct:
Engadget Live Coverage Direct:
ComputerWorld Live Coverage Direct:

As more of our favorite liveblogging destinations post their links, we’ll add them above. Enjoy !

Comments [5]

5 Comments to “Macworld 2009 Live Keynote Coverage”

Peter @ January 6th, 2009 at 7:37 am
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At you can find a german live ticker


H. Saucer @ January 6th, 2009 at 9:48 am
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bumps with obscen language and really dirty pictures – right now,
seems of the air now – best they could do.


H. Saucer @ January 6th, 2009 at 9:49 am
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With an “s” XCS:


Luiis @ September 12th, 2014 at 3:46 am
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I disagree that new and updtead should be default. That leads to a very poor customer experience where it is in an app developer’s best interest to push out as many tiny bug fix builds as possible and force all their users to update every day. (In fact it is in their best interest to introduce new bugs on purpose with every update so they can fix them the next day)It also would massively increase Apple’s approval line forcing them to re-approve every single app over and over.


endanger @ September 23rd, 2014 at 7:44 am
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You really found a way to make this whole process easier.