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Today, we dive into day one of the Electronic Entertainment Expo and pore over a load of new games like Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and Forza Horizon 2, learn about Tesla's plan to expand the EV market and ponder the applications of an Arduino-equipped hoodie that can send text messages. Read on for Engadget's news highlights from the last 24 hours.

What you need to know about the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3)

Earlier today, we joined thousands of developers, publishers and video game fanatics in Los Angeles, California for one of the biggest industry trade shows in the world: the Electronic Entertainment Expo. Read on for everything you need to know about this gigantic three-day event.

All the games from Microsoft's E3 event

Xbox's Graeme Boyd told us to expect plenty of games during day one of E3, and that's just what we got. Continue reading for a complete rundown of the announced titles, including new additions to the Call of Duty, Forza and Halo franchises.

Tesla will open up its Supercharger patents to boost electric car adoption

We knew Elon Musk was up to something, but now we know exactly what the hints were about. In a bold effort to set an industry standard and boost electric car adoption, Tesla Motors will share designs for its Supercharger system with other EV manufacturers.

This smart hoodie lets you message friends on the sly

What you're looking at is the combination of a cellular-equipped Arduino board and a regular ole' hoodie. What does it do? This garment let's the wearer send messages by simply rolling up a sleeve.

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