E3 2005 Coverage On I4U

Posted: May 12 2005, 12:03pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:51pm CDT, in News | E3


E3 2005 Coverage on I4U
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Today MTV will reveal the Xbox 360. The MTV countdown stands at 2 hours and 40 min. Which is obviously a bug. I am in Central Europe (6:50pm) and the stupid counter on the MTV page takes the time of my PC to show the time left until the Xbox 360 show at 9:30pm EST! - Great Job MTV.

In any case just 4 more days and the big press conferences take place in Los Angeles revealing hopefully all details about the Microsoft Xbox 360 and the Sony PS3. The E3 2005 is will be huge, with the announcements of 3 next generation game consoles. This will be exciting for everybody.
Read below what the I4U Team has in store for the E3 2005 coverage next week.

You can also already test or new Video Streamer page (you need the Macromedia Flash Player). There you will find starting May 16th Video reports live from the E3 2005.

More E3 2005 Coverage.

I4U Press Release:

Global Gadget Magazine I4U Announces Exclusive E3 Podcast And Video Coverage

I4U Reports Live From The Show, Giving Early Adopter Unfiltered

Access To The Future Of Gaming And Gadgets

Los Angeles, CA (May 11, 2005) - I4U Future Technology News, the Premier digital gadget online news publication, is set to bring E3 coverage to a whole new level. Journalists will be on hand to bring unfiltered reports to readers, listeners and video viewers worldwide.

"This years E3 is going to be special, even for non-hardcore gamers,” states Luigi Lugmayr, CEO of I4U LLC. “The new consoles will also change home entertainment in the near future."

Our team will produce Podcast and video news reports optimized for multimedia devices such as the iPod, Playstation Portable, and Smart Phones from both the big pre-show press conferences and after show events. Microsoft's Xbox 360, Sony's PS3 and Nintendo's Revolution will all make their debuts this year, and I4U will be there to bring you the latest coverage from the show room floor. Look for interviews with the top names in gaming, new console updates, hottest holiday titles and everything else that matters. Playstation Portable owners can look forward to video coverage downloads formatted exclusively for their console.

If you are into images, we have you covered. Gear Live, a trend-setting web magazine devoted to the high tech lifestyle and a member of the I4U network, will have a live moblog that will be constantly updated with pictures of all the shows sights.

"E3 has always been about the latest in electronic technology, mostly as it pertains to the gaming world,” says Andru Edwards, editor-and-chief Gear Live. “This year I4U, Gear Live, and Playfeed will bring the news to the high end products that our readers are using nowadays. Content formatted exclusively for the PSP, portable media players, and the Internet is our way of giving back to those early adopters."

“It is a real pleasure to be working with such a techno savvy team,” explains Jack Olmsted, digital multimedia journalist. “As far as I can tell by doing a google search on “Podcast E3”, we are the only media outlet publishing exclusive Podcasts, photo galleries and video news reports from exhibitor press conferences, booths and after hour events to an international audience.”

About I4U LLC
I4U LLC operates I4U.com a Technology Life Style Magazine and Shopping Guide. The Company also has several technology focused blogs in its I4U Network including Gear Live and Playfeed.

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The Author

<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/2" rel="author">Luigi Lugmayr</a>
Luigi Lugmayr () is the founding chief Editor of I4U News and brings over 15 years experience in the technology field to the ever evolving and exciting world of gadgets. He started I4U News back in 2000 and evolved it into vibrant technology magazine.
Luigi can be contacted directly at ml@i4u.com.




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