BlackBerry is already pushing out a new flagship phone, and Apple is expected to show off new software and products on Monday -- perhaps even a new iPad.
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Monday is going to be a wild day with announcements about
. This episode of Update breaks down the questions we need answered at the E3 video game conference, along with
what to expect from Apple's WWDC keynote
. Case maker Gumdrop is so confident that the iPad 5 will be announced, that it
already is selling a case for it
CNET's live coverage of Apple's WWDC 2013 keynote
And as the world drools over new game consoles and Apple products, BlackBerry is busy pushing out another all-touchscreen phone for this year that will top the newly released Z10. CNET has learned that this new phone, called
the BlackBerry A10
, will likely go on sale in November. Keep in mind that the Z10 just went on sale in March, and the Q10 hit U.S. stores this week. BlackBerry is moving fast to keep things fresh, and also is pushing for the
BlackBerry Messenger app to come preloaded on rival phones
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