Anybody remember the keynote when Apple announced that they were switching to Intel processors? When Steve announced this, he told everyone that it runs Mac OS really well, and then he smiles as the audience acknowledges that the Mac he was using during the keynote had an Intel processor. Tomorrow Apple is streaming the keynote live for the first time ever. And not just to Macs, but there will also be iPhone and iPad streams. I could see Steve announcing the ability for users to buy/rent episodes of live shows and sports, then watch them while they're being broadcasted. Or even give viewers the ability to watch an episode of a regular show live twenty minutes after it begins airing (since there would be no commercials). The ability to stream content live to millions of people at a time (on multiple devices) would be the last thing Apple needs for iTV to replace cable boxes once every major network is in. It doesn't seem like a bad prediction to think that we'll see Steve announcing "live content streams purchaseable through iTunes. They work really well, and millions of people can watch at a time on multiple devices smoothly on most connections using a new technology developed by Apple. The live feed of this keynote?" *diabolical smile* It's a good possibility, and Apple has showcased new technology under our noses before during a keynote. Don't say I didn't tell you if this happens tomorrow .