If you're going to a music festival this summer, it might be difficult to fit your group's flower crowns into a single selfie. Coachella and Lollapalooza have officially banned selfie sticks. Lollapalooza also bans “narsisstics,” which is either a typo or a bad pun. This is probably because selfie sticks are annoying. There you have it: no selfie sticks, just mud and bass drops.
You can’t bring a selfie stick to Coachella or Lollapalooza
Wearables are everywhere we look right now. But wearable wristbands should do more than just count how many steps we take. Italian designed HIRIS aims to turn the single-function wearable on its head.
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HIRIS wearable for everything, uses gestures to track your life
From self-driving cars to drunk driver-detecting lasers, researchers are using technology to help make the road much safer.And now, engineers at General Motors (GM) are developing “smart” headlights that beam light precisely where a driver is looking — an invention that could improve visibility for drivers at night.”We want to actually…
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New ‘Smart’ Headlights May Make Driving A Lot Safer
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Former Hewlett-Packard Co Chief Executive Carly Fiorina on Sunday said the chances of her running for U.S. presidency were “very high” and she would announce her plans in late April-early May. Fiorina, speaking on Fox News Sunday, put the chances of her running for president in 2016 at 'higher than 90 percent' but said she could not yet announce the bid as she was working to establish her team, get “the right support” and financial resources. (Reporting by Alina Selyukh; editing by Susan Thomas)
Former HP CEO Fiorina: chances of presidential bid ‘higher than 90 percent’