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Friday, June 06, 2014

Engadget Daily: LG G3 review, Xbox One performance and more!

Today, we review LG's latest handset, gain insight into how
significantly the Kinect affects the Xbox One's performance, go hands-on
with Google's secretive 3D-mapping tablet and learned about the Samsung
Galaxy Tab 4 Nook. Read on for Engadget's news highlights from the last
24 hours.

LG G3 review: the company's best phone yet

The G3 may only look like it's made of metal, but we're not
holding any grudges. LG's 5.5-inch handset has 10-hour battery life and
top-shelf specs, not to mention the nicest display on the market.
Assuming it's not too pricey, the G3 could be one of the best Android
phones available.

Microsoft admits the Xbox One performs better without Kinect features

Despite the fact that the One's Kinect has its own onboard processor, it apparently does weigh
the console down to some degree. Thanks to the June update, however,
developers can access "up to 10 percent additional GPU performance by
re-allocating a few resources.

Google's secretive 3D-mapping project now has a tablet: here it is

Remember Google's sensor-loaded, 3D-mapping smartphone called Project
Tango? Well, today we went hands-on with its new tablet counterpart. And
yes, the slate is also replete with sensors and high-spec cameras.

Barnes & Noble teams up with Samsung for its newest Nook tablet

We knew that Barnes & Noble was working with someone else to
develop future Nook devices, we just didn't know who. But today, the
company announced that it partnered with none other than Samsung to
develop the 7-inch Galaxy Tab 4 Nook, which will launch in August.

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