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Apple's Worldwide Developer's Conference is scheduled for June 10, and we'll be covering it live. Expected announcements include a new and flat rethinking of the mobile iOS ecosystem and perhaps of the highly speculated (and painfully negotiated) Apple streaming Internet radio.

Apple has announced that you will be able to live-stream video of its event. You will need either an Apple TV, Apple's Safari browser or an iOS device (iPhone or iPad) in order to watch video; but it's free, and you can find more information right here.

Also happening now is a live chat from the Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3, in Los Angeles where Microsoft is unveiling a suite of new games for its Xbox One console.


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