Today, we interview Xbox head Phil Spencer, get a quick preview of Nintendo's new open-world Zelda game, watch Honeywell take on Nest with its new Lyric thermostat and drop our jaws at a $1.6 million, 370-inch TV. Read on for Engadget's news highlights from the last 24 hours.

Xbox at E3 2014: an interview with the head of Xbox, Phil Spencer

Yesterday's Xbox press conference was 90 minutes of games and more games, but that's not to say Microsoft doesn't have other irons in the fire. Watch our interview with Xbox head Phil Spencer as we discuss VR, Xbox 360 gaming on the One and more.

Open-world 'Zelda' game heading to Wii U in 2015

Today at E3, Eiji Aonuma announced that Nintendo's reviving the exploratory essence of the original Legend of Zelda with a new, open-world title. This time, Link has new duds, better weapons and can go wherever he pleases.

Honeywell's Lyric thermostat has the looks and smarts to take on Nest

Honeywell, the original thermostat manufacturer, announced today that it's taking on Nest with a brand new model called Lyric. The cylindrical device packs a proximity sensor and full connectivity via its own Android and iOS apps. What's more, it will be available at the start of August for $279.

370-inch TV costs more than the mansion you'd need to house it

What you're looking at is a 370-inch (yes, three-hundred and seventy) 4K TV from Titan, and it costs $1.6 million. Even better, this whopper of a set is called the Zeus -- because really, what else are you gonna name it?