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6/8/2009
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Apple WWDC: Standing In Line

InformationWeek is live on-site in San Francisco at the Moscone Center for Apple's WWDC keynote. The air is practically crackling with energy. As of 6:30 AM PST this morning, the line wrapped around the Moscone West building.

InformationWeek is live on-site in San Francisco at the Moscone Center for Apple's WWDC keynote. The air is practically crackling with energy. As of 6:30 AM PST this morning, the line wrapped around the Moscone West building.Excitement is in the air. Journalists were able to get into the building and we're currently pooling in a large group outside the keynote room.

Everyone is making guesses as to what Apple is going to announce. Almost everyone expects there to be new iPhone hardware and maybe some other surprises. They're going to let us in at about 9:30 local time, and the keynote starts at 10 AM. Be sure to check back for live updates as news develops.

Stay tuned...

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