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An officer in Medford, MA, is on administrative leave after video of him threatening the life of a driver during a traffic stop went viral this week.


Russian dash cam captures close call

A driver in Russia barely escaped the path of a tornado as it tore through their garage and went on to damage 470 more homes.


Camera of close call for Russian commuters

A sinkhole opened in the middle of a busy Russian street, and it's caught on camera.


Brilliant flash was a part of an annual shower

The brilliant flash of a meteor was captured by a Russian driver's dashboard camera near the Arctic Circle over the weekend.


You might soon have a video camera in your car

The dash cam, a popular technology found in many Russian cars, has arrived in the United States.


Add Ford to the list of automakers possibly sporting digital LCD gauges in their upcoming models. We noticed this digital cluster while riding in a Ford Escape Hybrid during a tech demo at Ford's Product Development Center. The demo didn't involve the digital gauges and the Ford spokesperson who we were riding with was unable to provide more information when questioned about the display. We reached out to Ford, who said that this was a test vehicle and would not confirm if the digital cluster


The Mercedes-Benz S-Class has had one for a few years, and Jaguar-Land Rover recently fitted units to its all-new XJ and updated Range Rover. Now BMW is getting ready to offer its own fully configurable LCD gauge cluster on the next-generation 5 Series and 7 Series models.


This is the kind of computerized world we can get behind -- not the kind that drives for you whether you like it or not, but the one that allows you to do your human thing even better. Futuremark has created a concept instrument and dash cluster for Audi that is rendered entirely in 3D graphics. In the Nissan GT-R, you can change the center console screen to show or highlight the gauges you want. With Futuremark's dashboard, you can create any kind of dashboard layout, color scheme, gauge look..


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Another crossblog from Engadget, we have an announcement of Sharp developing a 1500:1 contrast ratio LCD panel that will work as a dashboard in upcoming vehicles. Sure, you might be saying, but Mercedes already has a small LCD panel in its S-Class. True, but this is taking things about ten steps further. In fact, it just might make that $5 million heads-up display offer a moot point. The 8-inch panel features an 800 x 480 resolution and can display not only the usual speedometer, tachometer, and

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