Today, we review the Huawei Ascend P7, take a look at an external E Ink display for your phone, dive into the world of wearable apps designed to ease the burden of flying and learn how Gamestop made millions by selling digital add-ons. Read on for Engadget's news highlights from the last 24 hours.
Huawei's Ascend P7 might not be the most powerful handset on the market, but for the money, it can't be beat. This mid-range handset is well-built, has respectable battery life and a beautifully crisp display.
Didn't get your comments about the FCC's proposed new version of net neutrality before the site crashed? Don't worry, the commission is extending the deadline until midnight this Friday.
This is the InkCase Plus, an always-on E Ink display meant to help you get the most battery life out of your handset -- specifically, the Galaxy S5. Want one? Lucky for you, the project is now live on Kickstarter.
"In-flight hackathon," you say? By partnering with American Airlines, Wearable World aims to equip wearable startups with the tools they need to build apps that ease the burden of flying.