Welcome to your nightly roundup of the day's news, reviews and goings on courtesy of T3.com.
It's been another busy day for the tech world - here's the best of the days news in digestible format:
Apple iPhone 4 is once again top priority here in T3 towers. Having been unveiled last night by Steve Jobs, we take a look at how it will affect the smartphone scene. We have a whole host of iPhone 4 goodness to get you through the night, from a head-to-head with the HTC Desire to an opinion piece from T3's very own Duncan Bell. We also bring you news on the networks getting set to stock the iPhone 4 and take a look beyond the hype to the industry views. If all that wasn't enough, we also look to see if Apple has finally answered its critics with the iPhone 4.
WWDC announcements continued after Steve Job's keynote speech, which you can know watch on T3.com. Other updates coming from San Fran include the arrival of Safari OS 5, iTunes 9.2 and the landing of the iWork app on the iPhone.
Other mobile news today, yes there is some, centres on HTC and the world's first 4G phone, the Evo. According to reports, the HTC Evo 4G has shattered launch day sales records, tripling the previous title holder. Back to the iPhone I'm afraid and the news that Google Goggles is coming to the Apple handset.
Need to relax after all that iPhone talk then we have to lovely bits of entertainment news for you. First off, Sony has unveiled an all-in-one HD touchscreen desktop to be known as the Sony Vaio J Series. Finally, X Factor, the horribly addictive talent show is coming to consoles by the end of 2010. The PS3, Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii will all host the music sim when in is launched in time with the next TV series.