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Automatic driving monitor now available for Android

When paired with the Automatic hardware, this app helps drivers save money at the pump and drive more efficiently.<p>After a year of "coming soon" and months of beta-only access, the Automatic Smart Driving Assistant finally gains compatibility with Android phones.<p>The Automatic app for Android will …

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Samsung claims a graphene breakthough — which may be huge for future wearables

Get to know the name “graphene,” as it’s primed to be one of the most important materials for the technology industry over the next few years.<p>The ultra-thin material is around 200 times stronger than steel — and most importantly, it’s flexible, unlike the fragile silicon we rely on today. Graphene …

Hailo app proves a virtuous circle for London's black-taxi drivers

To anyone passing, the meeting of six men might have seemed incongruous amid the normal hustle and bustle of a busy central London cafe, with customers tucking into full-English breakfasts and mugs of builders tea.<p>It was in Double J's Cafe on Charlotte Street in November 2010 that three taxi …

Chuck Hagel says US will send two ballistic missile destroyers to Japan

The US defence secretary, Chuck Hagel, delivered a two-pronged warning to Asia Pacific nations on Sunday, announcing that the US would send two additional ballistic missile destroyers to Japan to counter the North Korean threat, and saying China must better respect its neighbours.<p>In unusually …

Malaysia Airlines: British ship races to search site as new claims emerge about missing flight

Senior Malaysian official claimed Flight MH370 may have been ‘purposely’ steered around Indonesian airspace in order to avoid radar detection<p>A Royal navy ship was due to arrive in the area where a Chinese ship said it had detected possible “signals” from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 on …