WWDC 2010, the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, is underway in San Francisco, California, and those interested in getting a first look at the latest technology are salivating for live streaming video.
The guys at HuffingtonPost.com have found someone who is apparently streaming from the event and have posted a link (go to http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/06/07/wwdc-2010-live-stream-vid_n_603097.html) but they note the quality is grainy and questionable.
That's largely due to Apple's air-tight security. The conference, a gathering of more than 1,000 engineers, according to Apple's own website, features strict regulations on streaming of video, as Bill Gates and his minions of techno-stars look to keep things under wraps as long as possible.
One can only imagine the kind of information floating around. According to Apple.com, the conference is "the premier technical conference for developers innovating with
More than 1,000 engineers gather to discuss "coding and development techniques" in relation to the iPhone and Max OS X. That's more than 1,000 of the nation's smartest brains sharing information about the future of Apple technology.
The five-day event is sure to feature glimpses of the latest and greatest gadgets, including improvements to the addictive-like-a-drug iPhone. Video may be absent, but rest assured that updates will be forthcoming from any and all technology websites and bloggers as soon as info is available.