Today was a big day with the kick-off of E3, and despite the slew of gaming news, the day has been alight with all sorts of new products, leaks, rumors, and other tech-centric goodness. We've rounded up some of the most notable stories from earlier for your enjoyment; check them out after the jump!
Netflix presents a different viewing experience than traditional cable, and so it isn't surprising that subscribers have taken to viewing content in a different way: namely, binge-watching. On certain platforms Netflix has made this easier using Post-Play, and today Android joins their ranks.
Consoles are nice, but sometimes you want to kick back with your phone or tablet and toil away at a game other than Candy Crush or its million spinoffs. Such is where Marvel and Gameloft's upcoming 3D mobile game could come in -- Spider-Man: Unlimited. It is set to hit digital shelves in September.
Amazon's long-expected smartphone has been the subject of ever-increasing leaks, something that isn't surprising given its anticipated launch on June 18. Ahead of the launch, word has surfaced from anonymous sources claiming the 3D aspect will be powered by Omron's Okao Vision technology.
Acer introduced some new products yesterday, among them being a new pair of smartphones: the Acer Liquid E600 and E700. Both smartphones are similar in features and design, with the E700 obviously being the higher-end model of the two. Among other things, both smartphones -- which hit shelves in the third quarter of this year -- offer 5-inch IPS displays.
Joining the newly announced Life 8 is a higher-end smartphone, the Blu VIVO IV. This handset expands the company's VIVO series, and promises both luxury and durability, with Blu boasting that its latest phone is composed 98-percent of glass and aluminum. As with its other phones, the VIVO IV is sold unlocked.