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.

BlackBerry's identity crisis continues

Over the past few years, Blackberry endured lackluster product launches, management shake-ups and repeatedly unpleasant earnings reports. So, how can the once-mighty smartphone manufacturer arise from its proverbial pit of despair? We managed to sit down with longtime employee Gary Klassen during SXSW to discuss just that.

HBO pushes the boundaries of virtual reality to sell you Game of Thrones

Game developers aren't the only ones teasing our senses with the Oculus Rift. Companies like HBO, Ogeeku and Chaotic Moon have capitalized on the VR headset's use as a completely immersive marketing experience. Read on as Engadget's Terrence O'Brien takes a virtual journey into the world of Game of Thrones.

Raspberry Pi gets its own sound card

Everyone's favorite microcomputer just got a little bit better. The Raspberry Pi's maker, element14, announced the $33 Wolfson Audio Card add-on this morning, which supports high-res audio and includes 3.5mm and S/PDIF output jacks. What's more, it's available starting today.

Leaked ad explains why HTC's putting a 'Duo Camera' in its new One

GSM Arena is reporting that it received a leaked ad that sheds some light on the mystery behind HTC's next One and its dual backside cameras. Should the information prove true, the handset will feature a larger 5-inch display and its shooters will allow for improved low-light capabilities and after-shot focus adjustments.

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Daily Roundup: Blackberry's identity crisis, Oculus Rift meets Game of Thrones and more!