You might say the day is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workday, however, hopefully draws to a close at some point. This is the Daily Roundup on Engadget, a quick peek back at the top headlines for the past 24 hours -- all handpicked by the editors here at the site. Click on through the break, and enjoy.
Meet the Nexus 5, Google's latest pure Android experience that's built by LG. It's a power user's dream that sells for a mere $350, yet it packs all the cutting-edge hardware you'd expect to see in any new top-shelf handset. Read all about it in our full review.
Succeeding the Simple Touch, the Nook GlowLight is lighter, brighter and easier on the tongue. It's been over a year since Barnes and Noble's last release, but better late than never, right? Sporting just a few moderate upgrades, does B&N's newest tablet stand up to the competition? Naturally, we've got you covered with our complete review and it's just a click away.
Once a thriving smartphone giant, BlackBerry is now in a pit of seemingly unending doom. How does one of the most prolific phone manufacturers of the past decade find itself in such a predicament? Engadget's Jon Fingas explores this question in a brief history of BlackBerry's fall from dominance and the somewhat hopeful road to recovery. Read on for the entire story.
This week on Peripheral Vision we're immersed into the eclectic musical suburbia of producer, John "RJD2" Krohn. "I never know what things are going to sound like until I finish them," explains Krohn. Click through for the entire video and learn more about the creative uncertainty that fuels RJD2's productions.
Barnes & Noble nook GlowLight