We review Sony's latest camera, the RX100 III, explain what this crowdfunding thing is all about, discuss whether sapphire glass is really the next big thing and look back at 100 years of smartwatches. Read on for Engadget's news highlights from the last 24 hours.

Sony RX100 III review: a fantastic point-and-shoot, but it'll cost you

Sony's RX100 line of point-and-shoot cameras have always been fantastic. Zach Honig takes a look at the latest camera from Sony, the RX100 III. Does it live up to the reputation of its predecessors? Read his review and find out!

What you need to know about Kickstarter, Indiegogo and the concept of crowdfunding

From potato salads to virtual reality headsets, crowdfunding websites offer something for everyone. But how exactly do they work? Read our explainer and find out.

Sapphire phone displays are tough, but the realities are even tougher

Apple has long been rumored to have an interest in producing sapphire displays, and recent investments in new manufacturing facilities seem to confirm that. However, is sapphire glass the Holy Grail for durable displays? We got the low down from the smartphone industry's insiders.

Are we there yet? A century of the smartwatch in pictures

Watches have long been capable of doing more than just telling time. From spy-cameras to calculators, and even fitness trackers, join us as we take a look at the past 100 years of wrist-worn technology.

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