E3 isn't over, but the big announcements from Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony have already been made. As the dust settles from the kickoff press conferences and keynotes, PCWorld's editors attending E3 weigh-in on the big wins, the news that disappointed, and the news that made them miss appointments.
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Hedge-fund muckety-muck David Einhorn ignited a firestorm when he called on Microsoft to <a href="http://www.pcworld.com/businesscenter/article/228714/ballmer_needs_to_step_down_says_hedge_fund_manager.html">oust its long-time CEO Steve Ballmer</a>. Though Microsoft's Board of Directors has publicly expressed support for Ballmer, that hasn't prevented industry pundits from speculating about who might make a suitable replacement. Here at PCWorld, we've given the issue serious thought, and come up with a list of our own.
Our crack staff of editors hit Las Vegas this week to cover the annual Consumer Electronics Show. We braved bedbugs, bad PR people, long taxi lines, and greasy convention-center food, all to find the hottest new gadgets and gear. We saw 3D HDTVs, tiny iPhone accessories, and tablets, tablets, and more tablets.