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Know your tire pressure at a glance with this clever valve stem cap

Freshly launched on Kickstarter, RightPSI is a nifty little valve stem cap that passively monitors your tire pressure and changes color when it gets low. Hit the jump for details.

Asus fills out the PadFone range, launches the PadFone Infinity Lite

Asus has launched a new PadFone, the PadFone Infinity Lite. The 5-inch, 1080p smartphone slots into a 10.1-inch tablet, sharing the phone's quad-core processor and data connection.

HTC’s new smartwatch set to appear at MWC next week

The smartwatch that HTC has said it's working on looks set to make an appearance at Mobile World Congress next week, although it's not expected to hit the market until later in the year.

Canonical partners up with Meizu and BQ to make Ubuntu Mobile phones a reality

Canonical has announced Meizu and bq as its first two Ubuntu Mobile hardware partners, and confirmed the first devices will be getting a global release later this year.

Apple brings iTunes Festival to US for first time, launches at SXSW

Apple is bringing its iTunes Festival to the US for the first time, with Austin's SXSW film, tech and music bash hosting the event next month. Artists include Coldplay, Imagine Dragons, Pitbull, Keith Urban, and ZEDD.
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Pebble Steel Review

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Google schedules I/O bash for June 25-26, could see Glass launch

Google will hold this year's I/O developer conference on June 25 and 26, the company said Wednesday. Although last year's event saw no major hardware-related announcements, it's possible June's bash could include some big news about Glass…

Ryan Seacrest’s Typo startup hits back over keyboard-related BlackBerry lawsuit

The Ryan Seacrest-funded Typo keyboard is back in the spotlight again. Following recent news that BlackBerry is suing the startup for patent infringement, the company has hit back with claims that some of those patents are actually invalid…
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DT Daily: FCC revives Net neutrality, Supersonic private jet, PrioVR motion capture gaming suit 2:26

The FCC plans to bring Net neutrality back from the dead, a supersonic private jet replaces windows with video walls, and this motion capture suit turns your whole body into a gaming controller.
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Man taunting police with “Catch me if you can” Facebook post is caught

Definitely a dumb way to call more attention to yourself when already wanted by police, a Texas man posted a video online of himself breaking the law while including a taunt in the caption.