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Tomorrow at 9AM PST, Apple will hold its keynote address at the Macworld Expo. Myself and Dean Takahashi will be on hand to bring you any announcements from the keynote as they unfold live.
As usual, we’ll have a page on VentureBeat set up with a FriendFeed room embedded in it. What should make this even more interesting for you who choose to watch on venturebeat.com is that FriendFeed now has a real-time component to the site, which will allow us to stream stuff to you without you having to refresh the page at all.
This should work perfectly for a live event. I’ve embedded an example of what it will look like below.
Macworld, while always a big event, is epecially interesting this year for a couple of reasons. First, Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of product marketing will be giving the keynote instead of chief executive Steve Jobs (who is under the weather, but not dying). Second, this will be the last Macworld event Apple participates in.
Which rumors will be true? Tune in tomorrow morning to find out.
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