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It's been another busy day for the tech world - here's the best of the days news in digestible format:
Sony is looking ahead today as it makes headlines with future products and goals. Looking five years into the future and the head of Sony's e-reader division declared that e-books will outsell paper tomes by 2015. Before that however, we have a mysterious new Sony Ericsson tablet to look forward to as the 5-inch screened, slide-out QWERTY keyboarded tablet leaks and looks set to challenge the Dell Streak which launched today.
WWDC is here, almost, and rumours are rife about what Apple's top dog, Steve Jobs will unveil. Whilst many expect the iPhone 4 to be launched, here is what we expect to iPhone 4 to have in store, but we also believe that the Mac mini is to get a HDMI port HD update. Return to T3.com on Monday night and we will be giving you live updates on the iPhone 4 at WWDC.
New gaming angles emerged today as we saw the unveiling of the first all Hip-Hop music sim in the form of Konami's Def Jam Rapster. The karaoke-esq game is set for UK release on November 5th. Elsewhere in the gaming world, FIFA launched its new football title, FIFA Superstars exclusive to social networking site Facebook. The ultimate virtual kick about with your friends is here.
New tech delights us here at T3 and so today we have been happy. Not only has the Samsung Wave launched in the UK on Vodafone and Virgin Media, but we have been fortunate enough to have a peak at Samsung's 9000 series 3D TV and so have brought you a review. Giddy with the thought of future gadgets, we have also brought you a feature on the future of tech in the next 20 years. Enjoy.