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The Daily Roundup for 04.15.2013

David Fishman

You might say the day is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workday, however, hopefully draws to a close at some point. This is the Daily Roundup on Engadget, a quick peek back at the top headlines for the past 24 hours -- all handpicked by the editors here at the site. Click on through the break, and enjoy.

Kobo unveils limited edition Aura HD e-reader (hands-on)

Less than half a year after its first Mini release, Kobo has announced a new reader that once again rethinks the standard 6-inch screen. With the Aura HD, Kobo is going big, extending things to 6.8 inches.

Got a sec? Clear some Tetris lines on your Pebble

Put that silly smartphone back in your pocket, Tetris fan! The Pebble e-paper watch is now able to do more than just tell you when you've received a new SMS and play Snake -- a new application called "Pebblis" clones the iconic Russian puzzle game for Pebble with stunning accuracy.

Mozilla CEO talks Firefox OS release details, app ecosystems and carrier bloatware

Gary Kovacs, (current) CEO of Mozilla, just took the stage here at D:Dive Into Mobile 2013 in New York City. To start, Walt asked why the browser needed to be the operating system on a phone. Kovacs' reply?

Dish Network bids $25.5 billion for Sprint, goes head-to-head with Softbank

In the battle for Sprint's heart, Dish Network always seemed to be stuck in the "friend zone". That's not the case anymore, however, now that Dish has quietly lobbed an informal $25.5 billion offer to purchase the carrier.

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