This LED projector bike headlight is controlled by a Raspberry Pi computer, and projects dynamic data onto the road in front of you as you ride.
The ORIGOSafe both has a frustrating name to type and will stop you from texting while driving.
Next time you're in Nevada, be careful with that phone: you might get fined $250 for texting while walking.
If you're going to be safe and wear a helmet, it might as well be a hi-tech, multitasking beauty like the DORA.
Many solutions have been proffered to help stop violence against women. Few seem like as much of a non- sequitur as India’s. It’s a watch.
These subway signal lights are designed to tell you when to stroll and when to roll.
By now, most Americans are familiar with devices known as a flight data recorders, commonly called 'black boxes.' They record an airplane's functions and signal transmissions in case of an accident. This has proved to be a good idea, and the government wants to mandate the installation of the same kind of technology in cars, in just a few years.
Knowing how to keep kids safe is never easy. Ideally, you'd want to provide as much realistic safety as possible without being disruptive or invasive, but that can be a hard compromise. This backpack may not be a compromise at all: it comes with princesses or Avengers on it and will also stop rounds from a .44 Magnum.
Verizon has already announced its own text-to-911 service for next year, which would be the first of its kind in the United States. But no cell phone carrier stands alone, and three other prominent carriers have jumped on board.
In recent months, the issue of using mobile devices during airplane flights and how such usage may (or may not) impact safety has become a topic of debate. Now it's been revealed that the head of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is calling on the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to relax its rules regarding mobile device use during flights.