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CTW Features  Published: Dec 14 at 12:03 p.m. Why a wired DIY security camera system may be best for your home surveillance needs Wi-Fi has made it a lot easier to live more comfortably and without so many cables in our homes, as evidenced by the popularity of devices like smart TVs, speakers and thermostats. It’s […]
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South Florida-based BurgerFi is betting you like to be recognized. “Who doesn’t love the convenience of walking into their favorite restaurant, where they’re recognized immediately and asked if they want the usual?” said Mariah Kulkin, a company marketing representative. Turns out there’s an app for that. Pioneered for law enforcement and border security uses, facial […]
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Finding Rover! New App Reunites Lost Pets with Owners by Using Facial Recognition A newly launched app has made locating lost pets a lot easier. With Finding Rover, pet owners can simply upload a photo of their missing dog or cat and click “lost.” The pet owner will then be asked to type in a […]
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The use of Security Cameras can drastically and positively affect a restaurant’s bottom line. By Maurizio Pejoves.  Growing a restaurant requires many things, including perseverance, a great staff, capital―and security cameras. In today’s world, visually keeping track of virtually everything that happens in a restaurant is critical. Doing this with security cameras makes it all the […]
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El Nuevo Herald HOGAR Suplemento de Bienes Raíces Los compradores esperan tecnología inteligente en sus casas Por Jana Soeldner Danger. Especial para Hogar. La technología que podría haber parecido milagrosa o incluso como de ciencia ficción hace una década se encuentra ahora entre los servicios que muchos compradores simplemente esperan. La capacidad de controlar funciones […]
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Miami Herald South Florida HOME Special Real Estate Section Buyers expect smart home technology in their new home By Jana Soeldner Danger. Special to South Florida Home. Technology that might have seemed miraculous or even like science fictions a decade ago is now among the amenities many homebuyers simple expect. The ability to control functions […]
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Meet the contact lenses that can project images straight into your eyes. Samsung just took another step into science fiction. South Korea has just granted the tech giant a patent for contact lenses with a display that can project images straight into the user’s eye. The news comes from a Samsung-centric blog SamMobile. The lenses are […]
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BEIJING (AP) — Chinese authorities have begun deploying a new surveillance tool: “gait recognition” software that uses people’s body shapes and how they walk to identify them, even when their faces are hidden from cameras. Already used by police on the streets of Beijing and Shanghai, “gait recognition” is part of a push across China […]
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Police say they are searching for a McDonald’s customer caught on surveillance video attacking two employees last month at a restaurant in Santa Ana, California. . . Source: Yahoo News   . . About P&O Global Technologies, Inc. P&O Global Technologies is a leader in CCTV surveillance camera systems installation, using the latest in technology, with more than 20 years on […]
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City officials and local business owners hope to see more revenue after the installation of 12 high-definition security cameras in downtown Carbondale. The installation of the surveillance cameras are part of a $10,000 multi-phase plan to revitalize downtown, City Manager Gary Williams said. More cameras are set to be placed along Illinois Avenue in the near future, he said. Williams said the […]
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