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Daily Roundup: 3D Systems Sense review, Smartphone buyer's guide, hard times for the Wii U and more!


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.

What about the Wii U?

In the beginning, Wii U sales look promising. Since then, however, Mario's favorite console just can't seem to catch a break. So, in the wake of the PS4 and Xbox One, what kind of future exists for the Wii U? Click on through to find out.

3D Systems Sense review

If you attended our Expand conference, you may have had the opportunity to play with 3D Systems' Sense, a relatively low-cost portable 3D scanner. If not, you're in luck. Engadget's Brian Heater has taken it upon himself to scan everything humanly possible, all for your entertainment. Follow the link for our review of the $400 device that could bring 3D scanning to the masses.

Twitch cracks down on PlayStation 4 broadcasts

As the number of online PS4s grow, Twitch reminds its users that "Non-gaming content is not allowed." Any accounts without a gaming focus are at risk of being suspended and we imagine Twitch will have a bit of housecleaning to do. Click through for more info.

Engadget's smartphone buyer's guide

Welcome to the 2013 smartphone edition of the Engadget buyer's guide. Within it resides everything you need to know before busting out some cash and bringing home that fancy new smartphone you just can't live without. Clink the link to find out which phone is for you.

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