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US cable news channel CNN has announced that they will begin broadcasting their channel online for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad starting today.

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The wedding of the year (well, apart from mine!) is just hours away. Millions upon millions will be watching the Royal wedding live on TV, but what if you’re unlucky enough to be out of the house when the big event takes place? Don’t worry, Redmond Pie has got your back, thanks to YTLive.

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It’s taken a few hours, but Apple’s website is now home to the video of today’s iPad 2 event. Eager viewers can also download the video using the Apple Keynote podcast channel in the iTunes Store.

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Just like the last event, Apple is once again going to stream their “Back to the Mac” event live. You will have to have either a Mac running Safari on Mac OS X version 10.6 Snow Leopard, an iPhone or iPod touch running iOS 3.0 or higher, or an iPad to watch the streaming.

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So yea.. it was very lame on Apple’s part to restrict all users expect those with Macs and iOS devices for the live video stream of “Special Media Event” which will be broadcasted at 10:00 a.m. PDT (click here to see what time is it in your region) on September 1, 2010. But thanks to MacRumors, there is now a workaround which will enable all Windows and Linux users to watch the live video stream without having to own any of the Macs or iOS devices.

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I don’t know if this is first for an Apple event but well, Apple has just announced that they are going to live stream September 1st “Special Media Event” which will be mainly geared towards their new 2010 iPod lineup. You will have to have either a Mac running Safari on Mac OS X version 10.6 Snow Leopard, an iPhone or iPod touch running iOS 3.0 or higher, or an iPad to watch the streaming. If you are a Windows user, you will be out of luck which kinda sucks in my opinion.

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Apple has just sent out invites for the “Special Event” which is going to be held on September 1st 2010 at 10AM Pacific Time / 1PM Eastern Time in San Francisco. Expect Apple to announce new iPod touch 4 with FaceTime, iTunes in Cloud, the new Apple TV (dubbed iTV), iOS 4.1 for iPhones and iPod touches and iOS 4 for iPad. Hopefully we will also have more updates related to the availability of White iPhone 4 which has been delayed twice for “until later this year”.

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Apples CEO Steve Jobs is all set to kick off his WWDC 10 keynote address in about an hour from now at San Francisco’s Moscone Center. The conference will mainly focus on iPhone development, iPhone OS 4, and the unveiling of the 4th-gen iPhone. Final version of OS X 10.6.4, Cloud based iTunes.com, Mac Mini, MacBook Air, Mac Pro refresh, iPad OS 3.3 / 3.2.1, Safari 5 and free version of MobileMe are some of the other things that we expect Apple to announce at the event.

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After the successful launch of iPad, Apple is now ready to reveal its new major release of iPhone OS for iPhone/iPod touch and iPad. iPhone 4.0 is said to be a major milestone for Apple and so it is expected to add major features like multitasking, among many others to take on the ever growing competition from the likes of Android and Windows Phone 7.

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Formula 1 in association with Vodafone has released official F1 timing app for iPhone and some Windows Phones like HTC HD2 which lets you track the progress of each and every driver and their respective teams – from their current position and best lap time to their latest sector times and lap count, all LIVE. You can watch the top drivers in the World, including 7 times champion Michael Schumacher as they compete for the ultimate drivers crown of the year.

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First grand slam tournament of the season – the 2010 Australian Open Tennis Championship is about to begin. The tournament which starts on 18th January will last for 14 days till 31st January 2010. Online streaming sites such as UStream, Justin.tv and the official Australian Open website will be broadcasting the event LIVE. You can watch the top tennis players in the World including 15 times grand slam champion Roger Federer, as they all compete for one of the biggest prized crown of the year.

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The International Consumer Electronics Show 2010 kicks off tonight with keynotes by Steve Ballmer, CEO Microsoft and Robbie Bach, President of Entertainment & Devices Division. Their keynotes like always will be streamed LIVE all the way from Las Vegas on January 6th, 2010 at 18:30 PST (Pacific Standard Time). Click here to see what time is it in your region.

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