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The New Corvette Stingray Will Come With Built-In Instant Replay

You can brag to your friends about the amazing weekend you had at the track all you want, but without a witness, you might as well be boasting about that monstrous fish that got away. So for the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, GM is including what it calls its Performance Data Recorder which overlays telemetry, speed, and location data over a 720p video recording of everywhere you’ve driven — basically giving you instant replay of your hoonage so you can back up your bragging.


Steadicam's Curve Makes Your GoPro Vids As Smooth As Silk

Steadicam — makers of all kinds of stabilising contraptions that turn average cameramen into (seemingly) masterful cinematographers — has just introduced its smallest model yet called the Curve that’s designed to keep your GoPro videos looking their best.


Intel Dual OS: Stuffing Android And Windows Into The Same PC

Anyone who’s tried it can tell you that cohabitation is hard. But Intel’s hoping that those Odd Couple hiccups can be overcome with its Dual OS project, which puts Android and Windows in the same, dual-booting PC. Felix, meet Oscar.


MakerBot Mini: A Smaller 3D Printer You Can Maybe Actually Afford

If a tiny workshop has prevented you from adding one of MakerBot’s Replicator 3D printers to your toolkit, today is your lucky day. The company has announced a smaller version of its Replicator 3D printer — aptly called the Replicator Mini — with a smaller footprint, easy one-touch printing, and even a networked camera inside allowing you to remotely keep tabs on a print job in process. It will be available sometime this spring for $US1375.


LG's Fitness Tracker: Looks Like A Fitbit, Works Like A Smartwatch

We saw a half-baked version of LG’s Lifeband Touch last year at CES, but couldn’t actually play with it, and we never actually saw the fully torqued tracker come to fruition. This year the fitness tracker is back, and it is surely trying to be a whole lot of things all at once.


Withings Aura: An Alarm Clock That Helps You Wake Up And Fall Asleep

Designing an electronic device to wake someone up is easy — it just needs a clock and suitably loud speaker. But designing a device that wakes someone up gently so they’re not a tyrant in the morning, and helps them get to sleep at night? That’s a challenge that Withings tackled with its new Aura bedside system that uses light and sound to make falling asleep and waking up a lot easier.


D-Link's Nightvision Baby Cam Can Play Lullabies For Restless Kids

When you can’t be there in person to help soothe a restless toddler, or you’re just trying to teach them to sleep through the night, D-Link’s new will let you keep an eye on little ones when you’re away or don’t want to intervene.


This Smart Crock Pot Makes Using A Slow Cooker Even Lazier

Slow cookers are great because you can throw in your ingredients in the morning and by the time you get home from work dinner is done. But stuff happens, and sometimes you forget about that roast simmering away, and next thing you know you burn your meal and your house down. Enter the WeMo Smart Crock Pot to solve all your woes.


This Schwinn Mount Shouts Turn-By-Turn Directions From Your Handlebars

Looking at your phone to navigate is not conducive to operating a bike safely. So Schwinn is making CycleNav, an app-operated handle mount tells you turn-by-turn directions.


This Connected Bluetooth Toothbrush Will Nag You More Than A Dentist

We all know we should be brushing more diligently several times a day, but without our dentists regularly shaming us into better oral hygiene, that rarely happens. So a Paris-based company called Kolibree has created what it claims to be the world’s first app-connected toothbrush that will encourage better brushing habits between dentist visits.