You might say the week is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workweek, however, hopefully draws to a close at some point. This is the Weekly Roundup on Engadget, a quick peek back at the top headlines for the past seven days -- 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.
The curtains of Expand NY have officially closed, but we've got every bit and byte of the event archived in a neat little hub! Click on through for everything Expand, including Insert Coin competition winners, Raspberry Pi Make:Off, interviews from incredible speakers and more!
This week on Peripheral Vision, we met with CEO of LittleBits, Ayah Bdeir. "I didn't set out originally to start a company," she explained. Regardless of intention, however, this tinker-minded entrepreneur has managed to bring the power of circuitry to those with limited technical knowledge. Clink the link for the entire interview.
Engadget's own Ben Gilbert takes Valve's first consumer hardware for a spin. The Steam Controller, announced alongside SteamOS and Steam Machines this past September, aims to bridge the void between living room-compatibility and roughly 90 percent of Steam's game database. It's got clickable touchpads, but can it really serve gamers as a viable keyboard and mouse replacement? Click the link to find out.
Samsung ATIV Book 9 Plus
Valve Steam Controller