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Welcome to the weekend. Of course, with E3 unfolding it's hardly a regular weekend. Before the press conferences kick off, however, we'll tell you what to expect and recap Apple's big news for the week.
The first E3 2017 event is upon us. Check this link at 3PM ET and we'll have the live stream for EA's big press conference. It's time to hear more about Star Wars Battlefront II, Madden 18/NBA Live 18, Need for Speed: Payback and probably a few special surprises.
E3. It's the gaming world's equivalent of the Super Bowl, the Oscars and a presidential election rolled into one. Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo stand out as the hardware heavyweights, while EA, Ubisoft and Bethesda lead the third-party-publisher tussle. Throw in Square Enix, Activision and the occasional Capcom appearance, and you have the makings of a truly special show. Did we mention the army of indie developers that show up too? Nick Summers breaks down all the rumors and teasers in the run up to E3 2017.
Insiders testing new versions of Windows 10 in the fast ring have a lot of new features to try out, including the application of Microsoft's new Fluent Design System to the Start Menu. Other adjustments affect Cortana and handwriting recognition -- it's one of the biggest updates yet, so take a look at all the new changes.
We've seen plenty of futurist visions, but director Ryan Coogler is showing a slightly different kind of style in Black Panther. This movie will join the Marvel Cinematic Universe in February, so you have plenty of time to find out about the fictional African nation and technologically advanced society at the center of its story.
New iMacs, new iPads and so much more. We cut down the WWDC keynote to 15 minutes so you can get just the highlights, and you can check out all of our coverage right here.
It appears that hackers compromised Gamestop's credit card processing systems for about six months. If you shopped there between August 10th, 2016 and February 9th, 2017, then expect a letter.
But wait, there's more...
- Samsung's beastly 49-inch QLED display is built for gaming
- A piracy lawsuit is tearing through Kodi's add-on community
- Of course the 'Stranger Things' soundtrack is coming to cassette
- Stream live performances from Bonnaroo this weekend on Red Bull TV
- Elon Musk says all Superchargers will run on solar and battery power
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