As many of you know, the Consumer Electronics Show begins today in Las Vegas with keynote presentations from Bill Gates, Terry Semel, and Larry Page. You can view a live webcast of the Bill Gates keynote address live, beginning at 6:30 PM/PST tonight. What will he have to say about search? I'm sure an archived version of the video and a text transcript will be available soon after the speech concludes.
On Friday, Yahoo's Terry Semel speaks at 9am PST and Google's Larry Page addresses a CES audience at 4pm PST.
At the moment, I can't find any links to where webcasts of the speeches by Semel and Page will be available. If I do, I'll add them to this post as a postsript. Often, presentations from Yahoo execs are linked here and Google speeches here.
On a somewhat related note, Yahoo is offering various podcasts and from CES via their podcast service. It's accessible here.
Update: Yahoo CEO Terry Semel's keynote address on Friday will be vidcast. You can find all of the details here.
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