It’s Raining RFID Sensor Tags

According to a post on ubiks.net, the Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC) is developing a system whereby RFID ( Radio Frequency Identification Tags ) could be sprinkled from the sky over disaster areas that would send out alerts on locations of survivors. The post is reprinted below — The Japanese Ministry of […]

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Lexis Nexis Legal Toolbar

Lexis Nexis has released a legal research toolbar that is offered as a free download for Lexis Nexis subscribers. The Lexis Nexis legal toolbar allows quick and easy access to over 32,000 legal and business information resources. The LexisNexis Toolbar works with your web browser and allows a large collection of powerful options into a […]

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Infidelity Test Kit Helps You Catch a Cheating Spouse or Significant Other

Private eye David Vitalli has developed a do-it-yourself infidelity test kit that will help you catch a cheating spouse or significant other. The “True Test” infidelity kit comes with everything you need to conduct your own forensic investigation and catch a cheater, including gathering DNA samples. The test costs $79.95 and a DNA test will […]

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SMS Device Tracks People and Things

MobileWhack is reporting on a small new SMS device that can be attached to a vehicle or other object and will send SMS text messages to the recipient’s cell phone or other mobile device that detail the travel route and current location of the person being tracked. The SMS device developed by Security Concepts uses […]

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Disposable Cell Phones For Terrorists

ABC News is reporting on a surge in the sale of disposable cell phones in Texas and California that may have a link to possible domestic terrorist activity. Disposable cell phones are hard to track because they do not require the purchasers to sign a contract or have a credit card or personal identification. From […]

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