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  • Bethlehem recognized for its network of cameras

     
    Bethlehem Police Commissioner Jason Schiffer on Thursday accepted the 2011 Mobilizer Award for the city’s wireless mesh network of surveillance cameras. The award, presented by Mobilizer Magazine, recognizes the most effective and innovative...
  • HP to sell one more batch of $99 TouchPad tablets on EBay

     
    The HP TouchPad isn't yet entirely dead. While CEO Meg Whitman and the top brass at Hewlett-Packard decide what to do with WebOS, the tech giant is reportedly set to sell off one last batch of TouchPads at the fire-sale price of $99 on eBay. According...
  • Video baby monitors are tapping iOS and Android devices

     
    After you get past checking every 30 seconds that your still and peaceful-sleeping baby is actually breathing, you may want to leave the room -- for a few minutes anyway. My household already has its share of useful tech gadgets......
  • Vizio's new desktop and laptops aim to disrupt the PC market

     
    Vizio PCs: One of the more notable and surprising reveals so far at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show has been the debut of Vizio's line of laptops and all-in-one desktop PCs....
  • ng Connect promotes new uses for broadband at CES

     
    Broadband speeds have increased steadily in the United States, reaching an average of 5.8 Mbps in mid-2011. That's 50% faster than in mid-2009, and it's likely to keep going up. But aside from streaming movies and doing video chats on Skype, what will...
  • Daily News Briefs: June 8, 2012

     
    With a federal survey released last December suggesting that half of all drivers in their early 20s send texts or emails while driving, U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood on Thursday pledged $2.4 million in federal support for pilot programs in........
  • My first-world problem

     
    My wireless mouse runs low on batteries too often, causing me to wonder, what is the big advantage of a wireless mouse, anyway? It's not like my desk is a clumsy thicket of wires. This actually happens at every computer......
  • Live blog: Apple's musical unveiling event in San Francisco

     
    11:21 a.m. -- Encore! "I think we're finished," Martin says. "Is Steve around to tell me what to do?" The audience asks for an encore. "I'm afraid I've played all the hits," he said. "Now we'll do the misses." He makes some good jokes about a song with...
  • Burning Questions: Just who is T-Mobile's stylish new 4G girl, and who made that pink-and-white dress?

     
    If you've seen T-Mobile's new TV ad campaign, you probably got a chuckle out of the fact that it manages to deftly mock Apple's own Mac vs. PC ads by casting the iPhone and the AT&T network as a haggard......
  • L.A. Auto Show: Smart continues to think small with Ebike concept

     
    The German manufacturer of the Smart Fortwo is going electric, not only with a new electric drive version of its ultra-compact car but a two-wheeler. Its concept Smart Ebike, on display at the L.A. Auto Show, further demonstrates the company's......
  • Apple makes Find My iPhone service free for iOS devices

     
    Who hasn't dreamed of attaching a tracking device to their keys, or sunglasses or cellphone? Apple announced on Monday that the Find My iPhone (or iPad or iPod touch) feature -- which helps locate a missing device by way of......