Bluetooth® News – January 8

Jan 08
2010

ZOMM Is A Bluetooth Wireless Leash For Your Cell Phone
Just pair the device to your phone’s Bluetooth and when it wanders out of proximity an alarm sounds notifying you of your absent minded ways.

3 Responses to “Bluetooth® News – January 8”

    cap hermes says:

    The Justice Department has not decided who will operate the hot line, but a likely choice is the National White Collar Crime Center. The organization is a nonprofit corporation of law enforcement agencies and state and local prosecution offices.Terror watchdog calls on UK to draw up new surveillance law

    herme handbag says:

    Three criminal complaints name 10 reputed members or associates of the DeCavalcante crime family, including 71 year old Charles Stango of Henderson, Nevada, believed to be a capo, or captain, in the family. The arrests were the fruits of more than three years of work by an undercover agent who was able to infiltrate the family and gain the confidence of Stango and others, according to the complaints.

    www.mcm electronics.com says:

    Nevertheless, the unsettling news of suspected Ebola patients in Manhattan comes during the same week that two American aid workers, both infected with the virus after treating Ebola patients at a missionary clinic in Liberia, are receiving treatment at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. The first aid worker, Dr. Kent Brantly, 33, arrived in Atlanta two days ago; the second, Nancy Writebol, 59, who works with the international aid group SIM USA, arrived via jet in Atlanta today, reports the Charlotte Observer. Here’s what they had to say. (Note: In some instances, their answers have been edited for length and clarity.)

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