June is huge month for tech giants as Apple, Samsung and Microsoft launches approach

Zach Epstein
BGR News
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May was a big month for big tech as sales of Samsung’s Galaxy S4 kicked into high gear, Google held its annual I/O conference and Microsoft finally took the wraps off of its next-generation Xbox One video game console. Last month was big indeed, but June is shaping up to be even bigger. Computex kicked off on Monday and we’re already seeing a flood of new computers spill out, and then the real action starts next week as Apple unveils iOS 7 with a huge redesign, along with a new version of OS X, updated Mac computers and maybe even iRadio. Samsung follows a week later with new Android and Windows devices that will likely include the Galaxy S4 Zoom and Galaxy S4 Active, and then Microsoft’s BUILD conference kicks off on June 26th and a new 8-inch version of the Surface tablet is expected. Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo all have big things in store for the annual E3 conference that starts next week as well, so tech fans shouldn’t expect to get much rest until July.

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