Bill Gates Keynote Address at Consumer Electronic Show Will be Webcast Tonight; CES Podcasts via Yahoo

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 I’m sure an archived version of the video and a text transcript will be available soon after the speech concludes.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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