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A police officer in Mountain View, California, pulled over Google's prototype self-driving car for "driving too slowly" in a relatively speedier traffic zone.
The new Apple Watch is under scrutiny again, this time by the UK Department for Transport who warns drivers using the new wearable will face similar penalties to those using phones while at the wheel.
A driver who was cited for using Google Glass behind the wheel was found innocent by the court. While this is an important precedent it also brings up the issue of an activity indicator on the device.
Alexander Heit, 22, died when his car crashed as he was texting a friend. His parents have released a photo of his incomplete text as a reminder to others not to risk using a phone while driving.
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