PC Marathon Season
Subject: Shows and Expos | June 1, 2009 - 04:20 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Computex has barely gotten underway for those who flew all the way to Beijing and E3 starts tomorrow in Los Angeles, making this a bad time to be a hardware or software reviewer, but a great time to be an enthusiast. Ryan is on point at Computex, with frequent updates going up to the front page. However as it is midnight there, it is worth taking a break from Computex to see what Ars Technica has in the way of a preview of E3. EA and Activision are the two big players, with a long list of soon to be released games on show, with more to be announced as the show kicks off.
"While E3 may not officially begin until Tuesday this week, the action has already begun. Trailers of big-name games
are being released or leaked, the PSP Go has been a hot topic of conversation, and of course Microsoft will try to
begin the whole mess tomorrow with a bang, as the company hosts the show's first press conference. What do we expect
from E3 this year?"
Here are some more Shows and Expos articles from around the web:
- Eee PC spotted running Android + Qualcomm 1GHz CPU @ Tweaktown
- Qualcomm gets into Netbooks with Snapdragon chips @ Tweaktown
- NVIDIA GPU Revolution incl. upcoming ION products @ Tweaktown
- Global Foundries 45nm, 32nm and 28nm caught on vid @ Tweaktown
E3 2009 Preview and Predictions @ Futurelooks
- Touching the
Future with HP in Beijing @ Hardware Zone/A>