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Polar's new M600 is a full-on Android Wear smartwatch. While there are already plenty of smartwatches that incorporate heart rate tracking, Polar's technology, which uses six LEDs and a custom-developed algorithm, has always been deemed one of the most accurate. So if you're an avid runner who can't be separated from their email inbox, the M600 might be the fitness-focused smartwatch you've been looking for.

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Garmin's GPS dog tracking system has some new features that take puppy wrangling to an extreme. For example, the new Astro 430 — a GPS and Glonass dog tracking handheld that can track up to 20 dogs at a range of up to seven kilometres, and is capable of updating their location every 2.5 seconds.

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We've been driving cars on roads for over a century now, since the Ford Model T opened up travel to the middle class. But as we move well into the 21st century, we've mastered the art of our cars communicating with their drivers. Now, it's more about the cars on our roads talking to each other, and using the internet, big data and software tools to overhaul the efficiency of driving through cities.

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The ultimate way to stay in contact with your friends while in the wilderness? This Garmin Rino 650T allows you to track each other's positions and communicate by voice or text, outside mobile service. It's a GPS tracker and trail guide that also lets you talk with your friends over 5km away.

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Ever thought your GPS system said you'd gone further than you expected? A new study dives into the statistics behind the satellite-based positioning service — and finds that overestimates in distance are inevitable based on the way measurements are currently made.

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If the endless supply of crazy Russian dash cam videos haven't convinced you to get one for your car, maybe Garmin's new Dash Cam 35 will. In addition to documenting accidents, it now has Forward Collision Warnings to remind drivers when they're following too close to another vehicle, risking a crash.