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First drive: 2015 Honda Fit

When it comes to practicality, the Honda Fit has always been ahead of the game. For 2015, it continues to show the competition how versatility should be done.

Google launches ‘Glass at Work’ in bid to push its high-tech specs in business

As an increasing number of companies show an interest in using Glass to enhance their business, Google this week launched an initiative to encourage software developers to explore more deeply the tech's potential in enterprise.

7 minutes in heaven? Uber will give you 15 in the backseat of a car with Google

Have an amazing idea for the next big thing? Live in or near Silicon Valley? Then thanks to Uber, today's your chance to pitch your idea to Google Ventures investors during a 15-minute chauffeur-driven car ride.

LG’s G Watch tipped for July launch in the UK, could be followed by a round version

New details on LG's G Watch have been revealed in the UK, indicating the smartwatch will go on sale in July at a price of less than £180/$300. In the future, the firm may offer a round version too.

Samsung won’t hear a bad word about the Galaxy S5, sues over negative report

Samsung's Galaxy S5 goes on sale this week, and the company only wants you to have positive thoughts about it. To this end, Samsung has sued a Korean publication regarding a negative report concerning the S5's camera.
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DT Daily: 3D printer for $300, Glass for Work, Emotion sensing game controller 2:26

A new micro 3D printer blows up on kickstarter, Google pushes Glass in the workplace, and researchers create a game controller that can sense your emotions.

Astronaut Instagrams first selfie from space

On April 8, astronaut Steven Swanson made history by becoming the first person to post on Instagram, from outer space. That photo? A selfie, naturally. Swanson is currently residing at the International Space Station.
Social Media

Twitter starts rolling out Facebook-like user profile redesign

Likely to cause significant discussion among the Twitter community, the social network has started pushing out a site redesign that brings the site more in line with Facebook and Google+.

The 2015 Corvette Stingray aims to knock down the 911 with a new eight-speed automatic

The 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray – along with the Z06 – will now feature an improved eight-speed automatic, shedding eight pounds over the six-speed. The transmission should also return impressive gas mileage and will decrease shift…
Home Theater

Amazon’s Fire TV aims to ‘mirror’ Chromecast with Allcast screen mirroring support

A beta version of the Android app, AllCast, is reportedly now available for Amazon's FireTV, allowing savvy users to jump into screen mirroring immediately. For those less adventurous, the official app should be available to Fire TV owners…

Land Rover’s ‘Transparent Hood’ tech is the next best thing to X-Ray vision

Land Rover unveils “Transparent Hood” technology, which takes the guesswork out of off-roading and tight parallel parking. Using front-mounted cameras and a smart windshield with augmented reality to display the road ahead.

Prodea aims to unify the Internet of Things with its new ‘Residential OS’ platform

Prodea's new white-label platform 'Residential OS' is designed to make it easier for connected devices to communicate and interact with each other