Reminder: Our Xbox One at E3 Live Blog starts today at 12:30PM ET

Have the day off? Boss doesn’t mind you watching the latest and greatest on the Xbox One? Then join us for our live blog starting at 12:30PM ET (9:30AM PT) of Microsoft’s continued story on their next generation gaming console. (You can use this handy time zone converter to find your own time).

We have our gaming guru Paul Acevedo and Sam Sabri with their boots on the ground in LA for the kickoff of E3 (I’ll join them tomorrow) and they’ll be live blogging the event as it happens.

You can also of course watch it live on your Xbox 360, Xbox.com, Spike TV or load up the official Windows Phone Event Viewer app by downloading it here. Direct your web browsers for our Live Blog: http://www.windowscentral.com/live-blog-xbox-e3-2013 and join in on the conversation!

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Reminder: Our Xbox One at E3 Live Blog starts today at 12:30PM ET


Off topic a bit...
Will you or your team ever have a chance to talk with Nokia about the 928's "yellowish" home screen buttons? It's mentioned in the 928 forum under the Bugs and Defects thread...

Does the LIVE event app just not work for anyone else? Tried to use it for the XBOX reveal and now, but it just says "buffering" without any progress. Tried from multiple locations, wifi, cellular, etc. Lumia 810.

Same for me, never got to work during the reveal. It 'buffered' for almost an hour and used about 90 MB data, but never did anything.

It gives the worst results. I'm sure it works fine in the US as a lot of my phone search results are for US sites, but it's mostly useless for me in Australia. Google does a much better job of returning localised results... I try Bing first as it's more convenient to access on WP, but 9/10 times I switch to Google. I wanted to take the Bing challenge but it was US only - probably as it's only good for US sites!

Fair enough, I can only speak for searches here and Bing has much better results, not just local searches.

Microsoft is evil/awesome for starting their event 30 minutes before WWDC. I would have thought Apple would have been smart enough NOT to do their event during E3.