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It's Official, Tokyo Keynote To Be Streamed For Everyone

It's Official, Tokyo Keynote To Be Streamed For Everyone

by , 5:25 PM EST, February 16th, 2001

Thanks to MacCentral for pointing out an announcement at Apple's Web site that Steve Jobs's keynote would, in fact, be streamed (credit where credit is due, and all). We reported yesterday that Apple would be offering the keynote via a satellite feed to a retail store called PC World in a London suburb called Croydon. Today, Apple has made it official that the rest of us would get a chance to see it as well via a Webcast. From Apple's Web site:

Steve Jobs Keynote - Tokyo 2001
February 22 - 10am (Tokyo)
February 21 - 5pm (PT)

Watch Apple CEO Steve Jobs deliver the MACWORLD Expo keynote address from Tokyo's Makuhari Messe Event Hall. See the live webcast right here exclusively in QuickTime. It's an event you won't want to miss.

Apple is largely expected to introduce new iMac, Cube, and iBook models at next week's show. You can head to Apple's Web site and bookmark the page for viewing next week. Barring technical difficulties, we will be offering live coverage of the event for those who can can't catch the stream.

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