Live coverage of WWDC 2008 starts Monday morning

We'll have live coverage of Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday starting at 10 a.m. PDT, and complete coverage of all WWDC news later in the day.

We'll be covering Apple's annual WWDC conference live on Monday, starting at 10 a.m. PDT. Apple

If you want blow-by-blow coverage of Apple CEO Steve Jobs' keynote address on Monday, make sure to pay us a visit before 10 a.m. PDT for our live report.

I'll be inside Moscone West on Monday morning, where we expect Apple to unveil a new iPhone and talk more about the next version of Mac OS X at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference. We'll be posting live updates every few minutes from the conference hall, and will have photos of the new iPhone and anything else that gets introduced Monday morning as soon as humanly (or networkly) possible.

After the keynote, make sure to come back to CNET later in the day for complete coverage of WWDC, including initial impressions of any new products and video of the keynote address.

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