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Blair Witch Takes A High-Tech Approach To A Terrifying Story

When The Blair Witch Project was released in the summer of 1999, it became a global phenomenon, fuelled by a clever and revolutionary early Internet marketing campaign that aimed to make audiences believe the events in the film were actually real. While this fake out was quickly uncovered, the movie still racked up millions at the box office due to the novel approach and the fact that it was a truly scary ride. This past weekend’s release of the newest installment, Blair Witch, dares you to…

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The Dangers Of Voice Navigation In Cars

Voice navigation in cars has pretty much become a standard feature when buying a new vehicle. Now you don’t have to think about how to get where you’re going – just plug in the address and that soothing voice will direct you there. It’s like having a little buddy in the car with you. Hell, as robot technology becomes more and more prevalent, you might even become best friends. But hold on a second – that might not be such a good idea (for reasons…

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New Action Camera Has A Leg Up On The Competition

The device that usually comes to mind when someone says action camera is likely a GoPro, but there are lots of other brands – including TomTom. And TomTom’s new Bandit action camera has some pretty interesting features. The Bandit has a combo battery/USB/Micro SD card stick built into it, called the batt-stick. When you’re done using the camera, you can remove the module and plug it into your computer’s USB port where you can unload your footage and charge the battery at the same time.…

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New Smart Watch Will Track You While You Surf

Summer’s almost here, and if your plans for the season include taking on the waves, there’s a new gadget you might want to keep an eye out for.

Rip Curl has just announced the production of their Search GPS watch, a smart watch that tracks your activity while you surf – everything from how many waves you caught to the exact location where you and your board were.

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