Today, we investigate the reality of 3D-printed body parts, take a closer look at Honeywell's Lyric thermostat, peruse the OnePlus One's innards and learn about the Wall Street Journal's predictions for Apple's rumored wearable. Read on for Engadget's news highlights from the last 24 hours.

What you need to know about 3D-printed organs

From artistic chocolates to vehicles and houses, 3D printers are capable of building almost anything -- including body parts. Read on as Mariella Moon investigates the science of 3D-printed organs and its implications on modern medicine.

iFixit: OnePlus One equals five for repairability

The OnePlus One isn't available just yet, but that hasn't stopped folks at iFixit from hacking it to bits. Apparently, this phablet has a lot of innards, resulting in a decent repairability score of five.

Honeywell's Lyric thermostat is a worthy Nest competitor

Honeywell's Lyric thermostat might be $30 more than the well-established Nest, but it's a worthy contender. Read on as Sarah Silbert goes hands-on with the $279 device and explores its geofencing features.

WSJ: Apple's smartwatch will feature 'more than 10 sensors'

Rumor has it that an Apple smartwatch is just around the corner. And according to the Wall Street Journal, it will arrive in varying screen sizes and include over 10 sensors. Now we wait.

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