News@10: Nintendo 3DS and OnLive At E3, Samsung Galaxy Beam & Has The iPhone 4 Sold Out Already?

Nintendo has unveiled its new 3D handheld gaming console, the Nintendo 3DS, at the E3 gaming conference in Los Angeles. Scheduled for release later this year, the Nintendo 3DS will allow gamers to play 3D games without the need for special glasses.

Apple has released its official Apple Store app for the iPhone OS, one which allows Apple customers to purchase products, accessories and services direct from their devices.

Early indications are showing that the new Apple iPhone 4 has sold out in both the US and the UK as Apple now show that the earliest people can expect their pre-orders will be from 2 July in the US and 20 July in the UK.

Samsung is set to become the first mainstream phone manufacturer to sell a smartphone that integrates a built-in projector. The smartphone, formerly known as halo, is now called the Galaxy Beam.

A new online video game streaming service, provided by OnLive, that allows users to play the latest blockbuster titles is set to launch at the culmination of E3 tomorrow.