Today, we take a deeper look at Amazon Firefly, learn about T-Mobile Test Drive, review the ASUS Padfone X and investigate the biggest third-party games from this year's E3 event. Read on for Engadget's news highlights from the last 24 hours.

The Fire phone is Amazon's ultimate hardware weapon

Yesterday, Amazon announced its first-ever handset: the Fire phone. Sure, it's got six cameras and a 3D interface, but what's most intriguing is a new feature called Firefly. Read on as Chris Velazco breaks down the importance of Amazon's new smartphone and its visual search engine.

ASUS Padfone X review: A phone to replace your tablet? Not quite.

Two devices in one: that's the idea behind the ASUS Padfone X. Unfortunately, the most attractive aspect of this interesting duo is the $200 price tag. Between the capable, 5-inch handset and chintzy tablet shell, you'll get a less-than-seamless experience.

T-Mobile Test Drive lets you borrow an iPhone 5s for a week

What's T-Mobile up to next? Well, thanks to the company's latest endeavor called Test Drive, you can borrow an iPhone 5s for a whole seven days. Oh, and it starts this Sunday.

These are the biggest third-party games at E3 2014

This year at E3, the focus was on games, more games and yep, lots of games. Read on for our complete list of the biggest third-party games from the event, including The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Destiny and Alien: Isolation.

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