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Please, be careful! Man killed by Amtrak train while posing for selfie

Attempting to capture a poorly thought-out selfie, an Oregon man was hit and killed by an Amtrak train over the weekend while positioning himself between the north and south rail lines.
Wearables

Will smartwatch supremacy mean the race is over for fitness bands?

Fitness bands have lead the charge on getting ordinary people to strap technology to their bodies, but as smartwatches take off, is there room for them to stick around?
Computing

Snowden, Greenwald and Poitras host Reddit AMA after Oscar win

Edward Snowden, Glenn Greenwald, and Laura Poitras joined forces to collaborate on a collective Reddit AMA following the Oscar win for their documentary Citizenfour, which will soon be available through HBO streaming.
Computing

AMD’s Carrizo processors arrive this summer with revised core architecture, H.265 hardware decode

Perpetual underdog AMD has had a rough go of it as late, as Intel’s rapid development cycle and better production processor has helped it achieve world-leading performance and efficiency. Yet AMD hasn’t thrown in the towel; quite the…
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Baby Einstein: You can control this smart baby rocker from your phone

Just can't get the little one to sleep? The 4-in-1 Smart Connect Cradle 'n Swing rocks him or her to sleep, and you don't even have to be in the room to do so, thanks to its smartphone app.
Computing

Next Chromebook Pixel is on its way, will still target developers

A brief comment at Google's Team Work 2015 event revealed the existence of the Chromebook Pixel 2 which, like the original, will target Chrome OS developers with a its pixel-dense display.
Cars

Down boy! For 2015, AMG trained its brutal C63 without neutering it

The all-new 2015 Mercedes-AMG C63, unlike its competitors, retains its V8 powerplant for 2015 but also brings a level of refinement and livelihood currently absent in the segment. Together with new mechanicals and looks, the C63 reigns as…
Cars

Elon Musk on hydrogen fuel-cell cars: ‘I just think that they are extremely silly’

At the Automotive News World Congress in January, Tesla CEO Elon Musk reiterated his opinions about hydrogen fuel cells. His main critiques were low efficiency compared to batteries and a strenuous production process.
Computing

Intel is ready to shrug off Broadwell’s delays, pursue 7nm production process

At the ISSCC conference Intel announced its plans to continue an aggressive shrinking of its production node, with the goal of hitting a 7nm process by 2018.
Mobile

Judge overrules antitrust case against Google, says setting default search engines is fair

District Judge Beth Labson Freeman tossed out an antitrust lawsuit filed against Google over the weekend, arguing Google being set as the default search engine on its Android handsets do not impede consumers' ability to openly choose.
Computing

HP’s Cyber Risk Report for 2015 is out, and here’s what you need to know

HP's 2015 Cyber Risk Report warns that POS malware is now a major concern for all retailers, as the previous year's attacks on Target, Lowe's, Home Depot and other companies proved.
Gaming

Watch 30 minutes of the cancelled Legacy of Kain: Dead Sun

Footage has surfaced from the cancelled Legacy of Kain: Dead Sun, an action RPG cancelled by Square Enix in 2012 after three years of development at Climax Studios.