Today, we take an in-depth look at Google's 3D-mapping tablet, virtually tour Adam Savage's man cave, explore the hand-drawn world of Cuphead and learn about a potential new purpose for plain copper wire. Read on for Engadget's news highlights from the last 24 hours.

Two years to Tango: the race to finish Google's 3D-mapping tablet

Two years. That's exactly how much time Google's ATAP division was given to develop Tango, a first-of-its-kind 3D-mapping tablet. Read on as Brad Molen digs into the project's ambitious start and race toward the finish line.

Cuphead: Bringing 1930s style to 21st century games

Cuphead, you say? At first glance, this upcoming, hand-drawn 2D shooter might appear to be a long-lost game from the 1930s, but it's only meant to look that way.

Tour Mythbuster Adam Savage's collection of collections with Street View

Mythbusters fans, it's your lucky day. Thanks to Google's indoor Street View, you can virtually tour serial tinkerer Adam Savage's San Francisco workshop in all its gadget-filled glory.

Researchers get record broadband speeds out of old-school copper wire

You know those old, colorful cables in your telephone line? They might not be so outdated after all. Researchers from Alcatel Lucent's Bell Labs claim they've achieved a world record of 10Gbps through standard copper wire.