Video of Apple WWDC keynote now available online

Keynote from the first day of Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference can now be seen as an online video at the company's Web site.

Apple's Eddy Cue unveils iTunes Radio at the World Wide Developers Conference. James Martin/CNET

Apple executives had a full slate of new stuff to detail Monday morning during the first day of the World Wide Developers Conference.

From the new OS X 10.9 Mavericks to the revamped iOS 7 to the long-awaited iTunes Radio, Apple had a lot to show off. For those who weren't fortunate enough to secure entry to the Moscone Center in San Francisco but want to experience the event, Apple has posted a stream of the keynote presentation directly to its Web site.

The two-hour video covers the new features of Apple's desktop and mobile operating systems, as well as updated Safari and Maps software and a refreshed MacBook Air and a remade Mac Pro, which sports an all-new cylindrical shape.

All you need to view the video is your friendly neighborhood browser and a dose of the QuickTime plug-in. WWDC continues through the week.

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