We went hands-on with LG's newly announced its G3 smartphone, took a look at Toshiba's latest trio of tablets, learned that the legendary B-52 bomber is still a force to be reckoned with and more. Read on for Engadget's news highlights from the last 24 hours.
Today, LG announced the G3, and yes, it is equipped with a beautiful 5.5-inch Quad HD display and laser autofocusing feature. What's more, we managed to go hands-on with the handset. So click on through for our impressions and photos.
The B-52 bomber is one of the most reliable aircraft ever designed, but at over 50 years old, it seems an upgrade is in order. Now outfitted with a modernized communications system called CONECT, the B-52 plans to keep on truckin' in this era of real-time data transmission.
Today, Toshiba added to its lineup of slates with the 8- and 10-inch Encore 2, as well as the Excite Go. Sure, they aren't the fastest tablets on the block, but they do have very attractive price tags.
A group of hackers managed to lock a few Australians out of their iPhones... using Apple's own Find my iPhone feature. Several victims were spared because they already had a passcode in place, but others weren't so lucky.