What Do You Want To Hear From WWDC/E3 This Week?

What Do You Want To Hear From WWDC/E3 This Week?
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 src=This week is a huge one for upcoming gadget and gaming news. Both Apple and the games industry are holding massive, news breaking events where dreams can be made or shattered in a matter of seconds. We’ve already told you what we think you can expect to see this week, but now we want you to tell us what you actually want to hear?

Personally, from WWDC I’m pretty excited by the rumours surrounding iCloud. Mostly I’m interested in finding out how accessing content through a 3G connection will be managed, but also the concept of ditching iTunes as my file management software. I’m also keen for any news on the iPhone 5 (despite the rumours, I still think Apple will bring it up).

On the games front out of E3, I’m looking forward to seeing what Project Cafe from Nintendo actually offers – I’m not convinced on a controller with a screen, but I’m not prepared to write it off either. Also of interest are any news on Kinect games (that aren’t of the party variety), FIFA 12 (it’s been a while since I bought a FIFA game, but this one looks pretty swish) and the next installment of Assassin’s Creed.

Of course, that’s just surface level stuff. I’m sure I’ll find plenty of other exciting news as it happens over the next few days. But while we eait, why don’t you guys tell me what you’re most excited to see?