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Curved phones, cool helmets and cookies, oh my! All this and more in today's Daily Roundup. Let's get right to it after the break.

LG G Flex2 review: This is what the original should have been

LG is once again trying to convince consumers that curved smartphones are the next big thing. But where the G Flex and Galaxy Round fell flat, the G Flex2 may finally be onto something. Read our review and decide for yourself.

'Halo' die-hards will get their very own motorcycle helmet in July

A piece of the virtual world is coming to the real-life road. Formerly just a design concept, toy-maker NECA now says a street-legal motorcycle helmet inspired by the character Master Chief in Halo should be available for purchase in July.

Amazon will make a 'The Man in the High Castle' series

The viewers have spoken. Amazon's pilot for The Man in the High Castle -- based off a Philip K. Dick novel of the same name -- has become the company's most-watched pilot of all time. Fans can now look forward to a full series of the show on Prime Instant Video.

Cookie Monster: The Engadget Interview

In a true testament to our times, even the folks at Sesame Street are upping their internet game. In honor of the crew's overwhelming success on digital platforms, we met up with Cookie Monster to talk gifs, gadgets and cookies (duh!).

The top 14 laptops you can buy today

If you're in the market for a new laptop, we've rounded up 14 models for you to consider. Don't be shy, go on and take a look at Dell's new XPS 13, Lenovo's Yoga 3 Pro, HP's Stream 11 and more!

Beam's Android-powered projector fits in your light sockets

This projector does a lot more than just show movies. The Android-powered device also runs apps, streams media, can time up tasks and can fit right inside of your desk lamp. Find out how much it costs to get in on Beam's Kickstarter.

Ex-GM CEO has unsolicited advice for Apple and the auto industry

Former CEO of General Motors Dan Akerson tells Bloomberg Apple should stick to infotainment systems when it comes to dabbling in the automotive field. This unsought advice follows rumors of a possible automotive project in the works in Cupertino.

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