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Engadget Daily: the Moto E, Xbox Live tears down app paywall, 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.

Netflix, Hulu, YouTube and other services will be open to all on Xbox One, Xbox 360

Today, Microsoft announced that Xbox One and Xbox 360 owners will no longer need a paid Xbox Live membership to access Netflix, Hulu and the like. So, say goodbye to that extra $5 per month it took to enjoy your existing subscriptions.

Motorola launches the $129 Moto E, a durable and affordable Android smartphone

If there's one thing Motorola knows how to do, it's how to get the best from mediocre components. The company's new Moto E is durable, water-resistant and has only slightly weaker specs than the Moto G. And the best part is that it costs just $129.

Hollywood, Amazon and your local realtor are fighting to legalize drones

Commercialized drones? Well, it's a complicated issue, mostly due to concerns of privacy and a sudden boom of low-flying objects. Despite the opposition, however, 68 groups are fighting to legalize the use of unmanned aircraft to shoot movies, dust crops and much, much more.

The Boyfriend Log merges data obsession with your love life

Does your love life often present more questions than answers? If so, The Boyfriend Log is here to help. By frequently measuring your happiness, the app aims to provide some clarity in a sometimes utterly emotional fog.

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