Weekly Roundup: the Moto 360, Sony's Project Morpheus, NSA transparency reports and more!

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Weekly Roundup: the Moto 360, Sony's Project Morpheus, NSA transparency reports and more!

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

This is Motorola's new Android Wear smartwatch: Moto 360

Motorola's new wearable, the Moto 360, takes smartwatch form factor back in time (har), boasting a seriously eye-catching design and circular watchface. Powered by Google's Android Wear, owners can utilize the power of Now from their wrists. What's more, this isn't the Moto 360's only design. It'll come in a variety of styles once it launches this summer.


Using the PlayStation 4's virtual reality headset, Project Morpheus

Last week at GDC, Sony unveiled Project Morpheus. We got to try out the company's VR headset, destined for the PlayStation 4 -- and yes, it's pretty awesome. Engadget's own Ben Gilbert donned a virtual sword and took the prototype for a spin while we caught the action on camera.

The NSA may release its own transparency reports

Earlier this week, NSA general counsel Rajesh De stated that companies like Apple or Google are fully aware of its data collection practices due to its "compulsory legal process." Now, the agency may take that claim one step further by releasing its own transparency reports.

Peter Molyneux wants more from VR than what's available

Without failing to realize how far VR has come, Peter Molyneux told us at GDC that the tech still leaves him wanting. According to the famed game designer, it's all about innovation, and the latest next-gen tech, like Sony's Project Morpheus, doesn't push the limits.

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