CastTV Will Revolutionize Video Search According to TechCrunch

According to TechCrunch.com there is a new video search engine that will revolutionize how people search for video online. The new video search engine is called CastTV and is expected to launch sometime this fall. From the TechCrunch post — CastTV is taking many of the successes of Truveo and building on them. Search itself […]

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Monitor Your Front Door From Anywhere For $80

Here is an excellent how-to article from Popular Science that shows people how to set up a personal surveillance system that can monitor their front door. With an inexpensive web cam and a wireless device, people can monitor people at their front door, or anyplace else, for around $80. From the article — Is that […]

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A Device That Disables Digital Cameras

For people who fear being spied on in private or public places or people who are just generally annoyed by the use of digital and surveillance cameras everywhere, researchers are working on a device that can disable digital camera operations. A June 2006 article on LiveScience.com discusses the anti-digital camera technology — Researchers have built […]

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Search Engine for Faces & People

A new search engine that promises to find people in photos on any web site is currently in the alpha testing phase of development. The new people search engine is called Polar Rose and is the brainchild of Swedish mathemetician Jan Erik Solem. The search engine will recognize people and faces in digital online photographs, […]

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MetaSearch Engines – A Better Way to Search the Web

Are metasearch engines a better and more efficient way to do people searches, public record research and web searching? A recent story on RawStory.com seems to think so. The article discusses the advantages of using metasearch engines and discusses some of the web’s best metasearch engines that people may want to try for their online […]

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