News@8pm: WWDC latest, Microsoft leaks E3 line-up

Plus: E3 rumours and THQ and Adidas create Active rival

Welcome to your nightly round up of the day's news and goings on courtesy of T3.com.

Tonight the WWDC is finally up and running, keep track of all the latest news of iCloud, iOS 5 and OS X Lion with T3's live blog. A selection of top tech experts gave their predictions for the conference earlier, have they hit the nail on the head, or been wide of the mark?

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A massive gaffe from Microsoft has revealed Halo 4, Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary Edition, and a host of other titles are to be announced at this years E3 gaming expo. Still remaining under wraps however, is the rumour that Microsoft will unveil 'Diamond', a PS3 style content streaming service for Xbox.

E3 rumours have been flying around today, including that Nintendo's Wii 2, due to be announced tomorrow, will feature a 6-inch touch screen, as well as an onboard camera and tablet like controls. THQ and Adidas have teamed up to create MiCoach, a fitness game which will support Xbox Kinect and Playstation Move, and with training features for a wide variety of sports it looks as though it will offer serious competition to EA Sports Active.

Apple's iCloud has been embroiled in a legal battle

with German Company Simfy, after Apple has delayed approval on a product which Simfy claim is similar, and could be a rival to, the iCloud service. Finally,

hit iPhone app Instagram has been updated

, and along with an improved performance, users can now keep favourite photos together with the addition of a 'Like' function.

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