Verizon iPhone Event Tuesday: Live blog details and world times

Not all of the hot news in the mobile world at the moment surrounds CES 2011 as there’s also a huge amount of hype about the Verizon event planned for this coming Tuesday, January 11, which will finally announce the long-awaited Verizon iPhone from Apple. Last week some of our Verizon iPhone posts included an article about a rumored release date of February 3, then news of the Verizon event and then confirmation of what would be announced.

Yesterday we also gave you an article all about the full background to the long Verizon iPhone saga. Now all attention turns to Tuesday and we are on tenterhooks to officially hear the news and know many of you will be too. We shall be following the event and can tell you where you can also find live blogs so you don’t have to miss a moment of what’s happening. We always like to give readers a choice of live blog sites just in case of problems so check out the following.

Firstly Harry McCracken over on Technologizer will be covering the event and if you head to this technologizer.com page here you’ll find the page for the live blog and can also sign up for an email event reminder. Engadget, known for their live blogging of these big occasions, is again offering a live blog also. If you go to the engadget.com page here you’ll find they are covering it here. Cnet also usually offers live blogs of these types of event. Although we haven’t found a specific page for that one yet if you check out the link it will probably appear nearer the time, ditto with Macworld.

As for the time, the event begins at 11am ET or 8am PT. We have entered the time and date into the fixed time converter over on time and date.com and if you check this link here you will be able to find the time of the event for wherever you are in the world. For example in London it will be 4pm. So get ready for the big event and you can be sure we’ll be ready to bring you all the news from Verizon this Tuesday. If you have any thoughts you wish to share with us about this then please do send them in.

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