Posted by Katie Goldberg on February 19, 2017
Keeping tabs on the best of tech, cars, and dashcams this week... so you don’t have to.
Despite advances in technology and funding for nation-wide safe driving campaigns, more Americans are dying on our roads than in years, and this sudden sharp increase is alarming safety advocates. The New York Times has the full story and more scary statistics.
Commuters in Dubai may soon be traveling to work by passenger drone as early as July 2017. The New York Times has more.
NYT, killing it with some interesting car and tech pieces this week! Here's the last one :) How do New York Times journalists use tech in their jobs and personal lives? Read this interview with The Times's chief TV critic, James Poniewozik to learn about his two favorites: his TiVo and his sous vide.
A bizarre police chase in Oklahoma this week involving a stolen wrecker ended after the driver crashing into a police vehicle. News 9 has more.
With the second suspect in the disappearance of Sarah Stern set to appear in court on Tuesday, the first images of the discovery of Stern's car on the Route 35 bridge have become available. NJ 101.5 has the full story and the police dashboard video footage.
Dride is a San Francisco-based startup that’s kickstarting a Raspberri Pi-based Alexa-enabled dashcam. It's still in the prototype stage with a goal to start shipping ‘beta units’ by July and starting final production in August 2017. Tech Spot has more.
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