Weekly Rewind: Insane stunt pilot lady, life beyond Earth, $700 self-driving car

In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on that it’s almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of it. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech stories from this week.

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Huawei Watch 2 news, rumors, and release date

Huawei is reportedly deep into development of the Huawei Watch 2, the follow-up to the much-loved and beautifully designed Huawei Watch. Here is everything we know about the watch so far.

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Could Snapchat’s quirky Spectacles kiosks be heading overseas?

Snapchat may have released its video-recording sunglasses online, but that doesn’t mean it’s retiring its Spectacles kiosks. Users have spotted a new Snapbot animation on the Spectacles website. But what does it mean?

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Everything you need to know about Snapchat Spectacles

Snapchat’s cool new sunglasses are social media’s latest craze. If you’re an avid snapper, check out our guide to find out how they work, and how to get your hands on a pair.

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When body warmth alone won’t cut the cold, these electric clothes crank up the heat

If you’re thinking about going outside this winter, heated clothing is a must. Luckily, we’ve rounded up some of the best heated apparel, whether you’re looking for battery-powered gloves or motorcycle gear that’s draws power directly from your ride.

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The workplace of the future tracks your every move, whether you like it or not

Access control is nothing new in the office, where keys slowly migrated over to smart keycards. However, some startups now aim to give employers a vivid picture of their office environment by tracking their employees every move.

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Uber finally lets Android Wear owners hail rides with their smartwatches

Attention Android Wear smartwatch owners — you can finally hail an Uber from your wrist. Support for the Wear app was announced at I/O 2015, but it has taken the ride-booking company a whopping 21 months to deliver.

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A Nike HyperAdapt teardown might hint at what’s to come for the self-lacing shoes

img_0080 Surely everyone who picked up a pair of Nike’s limited-edition HyperAdapt self-lacing shoes had at least some small desire to rip them open to find out how they worked. But at $700 a pop, it’s an easy enough urge to suppress. The nice thing about the internet, however, is that we often can count on someone else to do our dirty work for us. Bay Area-based engineering company… Read More

The Nimb aims to be a smart personal security platform, not just a cool ring

nimb2 If you ever find yourself in danger, trying to whip out your phone, switch it on and open the Phone or Message app is just far too slow, especially when time is of the essence. So the makers of a new device had an idea: place an emergency panic button on the inside of a ring, which is connected to an app on your phone: press the button and help comes running. Read More

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