Watch the Apple WWDC 2010 Event Online along with the WWDC 2010 Keynotes Online.
Apple’s biggest developer conference called Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2010 will be held between June 7th to June 11th at the Moscone West Center in San Francisco.
WWDC is an event a premier technical conference for developers innovating with Apple technologies. Over 1,000 Apple engineers will be at Moscone West to present advanced coding and development techniques that will show you how to enhance the capabilities of your applications with the revolutionary technologies in iPhone OS and Mac OS X.
Developers will learn technologies to create apps for the MAC OS X, iPad and iPhone at this event. However, there are also several keynotes from key personalities where huge announcements are made.
At this years WWDC 2010, Apple CEO Steve Jobs will open the conference with a keynote. This in itself makes the conference more interesting, however, there will be lot of more keynotes and announcements which is bound to take the tech world by storm.
Over 5000 developers will be part of the event, however, if you are not going to be part of the event, we will be covering the event live. There will be several other resources where you can watch the Apple WWDC 2010 event online live.
Links to the event will posted before the event starts, so bookmark this page or subscribe to our RSS feeds to learn more about the event and ways to watch the WWDC 2010 event live online.
Update: Mac Rumors has a live page for streaming the events which you can visit at Mac Rumors Live. You can also catch up the action live at Engadget Live in addition to live updates from Gdgt at http://live.gdgt.com/. Mac Observer also has a live blog where they will post updates on the event, you can visit it here. You can also follow the action live on Twitter by following @macrumorslive.
We will also be live blogging the event, so stay tuned for updates at our live blogging page at http://techie-buzz.com/live.
Update: Live Streaming video is available at Ustream, click here for video updates of WWDC 2010.