Wii U, Halo 4, and the expectations of E3
Secrets of the Wii U are expected to be revealed at E3 next week, Venus makes a move, and the iPhone could be coming to Boost Mobile.
In today's show, we're stretching our thumbs, looking to Venus and pondering iPhone popularity:
It's time to gear up for the year's big video game conference, E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo. The coverage begins around 9 a.m. Pacific, noon Eastern when Microsoft holds its press event. and new entertainment features tied to Xbox Live.
will be holding a press event late Monday evening, and Nintendo will be having one Tuesday to reveal , right as the show floor opens.
Google will be holding an event on Wednesday to talk about. Timing on that is interesting, considering many expect Apple to talk about the following week on June 11.
Be sure to make plans to seeon Tuesday. If you miss it, you'll have to wait another hundred years or so before it happens again.
On Thursday, Leap Wireless announced the iPhone would be available without a contract on its prepaid Cricket service. Now there's a report saying theprepaid service in September.
It won't be long before the iPhone is on every carrier, making it even more common of a smartphone. But if the iPhone becomes the every-man phone, will it make it any less "cool" or desirable? Thanks to all of you who jumped on Tout to send some great comments! You can view the conversation in the player below.
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