steve jobs 300x266 How To Watch Steve Jobs WWDC Keynote LIVEApple CEO Steve Jobs will show off several new products today at the company’s WWDC conference in San Francisco, including Mac OS X 10.7 “Lion,” iOS 5, and “iCloud,” a new cloud-based service. We had reported extensively.

The keynote begins at 1 p.m. ET, 10 a.m. PT. Join us for a live coverage of this event.

The link we previously published seems to have problems with live streaming:

You can read live updates about the event here:

CloudTimes Twitter Live Stream from WWDC 2011

We will cover the event closely – and also another event that is going on today: Cloud Expo in New York.

Xavier Damman of Storify just tweeted this video which shows a 2 block long line to get into WWDC at 4:15 AM local time. Some people are up very early. Good to have the event at Moscone just around the corner of CloudTimes’ offices.

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