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After WWDC '06, when Leopard was first introduced, developers were a little annoyed that Apple took around two months to ship out the beta copies they were promised. This time around, Apple seems to have changed their tune: they allowed developers at WWDC to walk away with a beta copy yesterday - bu...

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The keynote is now up and available for QuickTime streaming here on Apple's website. If Apple follows its usual MO, a downloadable version should be available shortly on iTunes. Watch this space. Thanks to everyone who sent this in....

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AAPL shares were down almost 3% to 121.40 just minutes after Steve Jobs wrapped up his World Wide Developer Conference 2007 keynote. The keynote failed to deliver any wild or exciting news, instead offering participants an advanced look at Apple's new 10.5 Leopard operating system features and Appl...

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Okay TUAW readers. What did you think of the WWDC keynote with its coverage of Mac Gaming, Finder Features, Safari for Windows and iPhone development? Did it rock for you? Or was it a big fizzle? Or maybe it fell somewhere in between. Here's your chance to sound off. Let us know what excited you an...

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This year, TUAW doesn't have a live feed into the WWDC keynote. Instead, we bring you this metaliveblog--a live blogging event of other live blogs. We hope you enjoy. Content sources include Engadget, and Mac Rumors Live as well as any last-second live feeds from TUAW readers on the spot....

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TUAW Reader-on-the-spot Michael G. Strck has been using his MacBook Pro's built in iSight to give us some great peeks into what's going on over at Moscone West. Here is a gallery of some of his pictures for you to peruse and enjoy and feel as if you are virtually at Moscone, having been waiting on...

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As we count down the last couple of hours to the keynote (don't forget to check out Engadget's liveblogging of the actual keynote), we've put together a couple of galleries for you (video coming soon and we'll update this post). Last night sf/macindie was kind enough to host a swell dev get-together...

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Michael Yurechko has compiled a list of websites that will host live WWDC 07 updates. Sites include Engadget, LoopRumors, MacRumors Live and more. In addition, we at TUAW will be keeping an eye on the ongoing events and will publish a "metaliveblog" with the latest news as we hear it. It looks like ...

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TUAW is pleased to bring you this Man-on-the-Spot report live from Moscone West Hi Michael Hi Can you tell me what it looks like over there at Moscone West? What's the mood like? It's certainly the best-behaved and most MacBook Pro saturated crowd I've ever seen People have been lining up since 5.30...

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Are you unable to attend WWDC? Do you want to feel as if you're there? TUAW reader Jason points to this WWDC2007 LiveSiting page. It automatically updates every 15 seconds to give you the feel as if you were really there. As I write, attendees are in line, waiting to move upstairs to the main event....

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Oh man. It's that time again. Can you feel the excitement in the air? Apple Developer Connection has just gone off the air and the website portal has been replaced with this message... It's just a short while left until today's keynote.Update: Site is back up. Unfortunately, nothing really interesti...

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While we unfortunately won't have anyone liveblogging Steve Jobs' WWDC '07 keynote tomorrow morning, that doesn't mean we won't help you track down who will. Nik Fletcher has created an AppleScript that will automatically open nine - count 'em, nine - news sites and blogs that will be covering tomor...

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Developers and other Mac notables are descending once again on San Francisco for WWDC 2007. It is sure to be a week of exciting product announcements (not just from Apple, mind you), parties galore and elbow rubbing in a way only the Mac community can lay claim to. But what if you can't go? Fear ...

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It's that time of season again, oh dear TUAW readers: the time just before a major Apple event when we TUAW bloggers look deep into our crystal balls to make both wild and sensible predictions as to what WWDC 07 might bring us next week. This time around we have a fairly rich selection of rumored pr...

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