Thinkware's flagship F750 dashcam not only continuously records driving footage, saving it in case of an accident, it also gives helpful forward collision warnings.
Technically Incorrect: A driver in Southern California records a student pilot politely observing vehicle etiquette -- even if he's in the wrong type of vehicle.
Technically Incorrect: A Massachusetts driver makes a wrong turn. What happens next, all filmed on his dashcam, has led to an investigation. And yes, it's now on YouTube.
The Thinkware Dash Cam X500 mounts on your car's windshield, and continuously records your driving, detecting collisions and saving relevant footage.
Technically Incorrect: In St. Louis, the use of cameras offers another controversy. A man claims police tried to cover up alleged rough treatment as they arrested him.
Technically Incorrect: What's the best way to see if your dashcam is working? For one Missouri police officer, the answer is jazz hands. Or something.
Within hours of a passenger plane clipping a bridge and crashing into a river, chilling dashcam videos from passing vehicles appear online. Some, incredibly, are even set to music.
Dashcams are just starting to infiltrate the North American market, and Thinkware is accelerating the push with the upcoming F750, a smart dashcam with Wi-Fi, GPS and integrated lane departure warnings.
There is a disturbance on the freeway. A dashcam video parody shows what happens when a popular "Star Wars" vehicle gets in an accident on Earth.
Brian Cooley explains the ins and outs of dashcams and why you would want a camera watching the road with you.