The Escort Passport Max 2 will accurately let you know when law enforcement has set up a speed trap with active radar, but its high visibility on your dashboard might garner unwanted attention.
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NOAA Hi-Def Radar is an excellent way to track storms, giving you a ton of useful information, but it's missing one important feature.
These aerial toys and tools now are on the FAA's regulatory radar. Rules are tightening for consumers but should loosen for businesses.
The combination of a beautiful design, Windows Phone, and an affordable price tag makes the HTC Radar 4G a great smartphone for first-time buyers and those who don't need all the bells and whistles.
The Egyptian government has given permission for a radar scan of the tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamun...and therein lies a tale.
Escort modernizes its Passport Max 2 radar detector with a connected app and automatic crowdsourced database reporting.
A textile concept called Project Jacquard lets you control electronic devices via conductive yarn, while Project Soli is a tiny radar sensor to detect gestures without touching anything.
Honoured at the famous Abbey Road Studios, Alan Dower Blumlein pioneered all kinds of technologies before his untimely death during a top-secret wartime mission.
Samsung says its new headset is lighter and more comfortable, but the price is what really gets our attention. Meanwhile, pictures of the new Google Nexus phones pop up online and Quirky files for bankruptcy.
Amazon introduced a slew of new gadgets and Google's newest project is an old one. Find out everything you need to know in tech this week right here.