GPS Shoes to Find Missing People

Inventor Isaac Daniel has invented sneakers that has a GPS chip in them for finding and locating people. From My Way News — Isaac Daniel calls the tiny Global Positioning System chip he’s embedded into a line of sneakers “peace of mind.” He wishes his 8-year-old son had been wearing them when he got a […]

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Skype to Add Lie Detector Feature to Internet Phone Service

The BBC News is reporting that Skype is planning to add a lie detector feature to its internet phone service that will allow users to monitor stress levels in conversations with other people. From the article — Skype is to offer the KishKish Lie Detector, which is made by BATM, as an add-on for customers. […]

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British Intelligence Use Text Messages in Psychological War

The Sun Online is reporting on a high tech psychological warfare technique being used by the British Military’s Psychological Operations Group: instead of dropping ominous leaflets over enemy lines, they are sending SMS text messages directly to their cell phones and mobile devices. From the article — TALIBAN fighters in Afghanistan are being bombarded by […]

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Malaysia to Track Stolen Cars with RFID License Plates

Silicon.com is reporting that Malaysia is planning on using RFID tagged license plates to curb car theft and track stolen vehicles. From the article — RFID licence plates are set to be introduced next year by the Road Transport Department in Malaysia, according to reports. Authorities there are hoping the high-tech plates will curb car […]

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The 15 Best James Bond Gadgets Ever from PopSci.com

Here is an entertaining blog post for the spy in all of us and die hard James Bond fanatics. The PopSci blog has compiled a list and photo gallery for the top 15 best James Bond gadgets ever. Source: The 15 Best Bond Gadgets of All Time.

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