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  • US reviews use of cellphone spying technology
    US reviews use of cellphone spying technology
    • 2015-05-06

    Faced with criticism from lawmakers and civil rights groups, the U.S. Department of Justice has begun a review of the secretive use of cellphone surveillance technology that mimics cellphone towers, and will get more open on its use, according to a newspaper report. The cell-site simulators, also re...

  • Image Sensing Systems, Inc. Introduces Mobile Blocker
    Image Sensing Systems, Inc. Introduces Mobile Blocker
    • 2015-05-04

    Image Sensing Systems, Inc. announced today the immediate availability of MOBILE BLOCKER™, a state-of-the-art cellular telephone and pager jamming device that has the ability to effectively block the transmission and reception of mobile telephone and pager signals within a 40-meter (135 foot) circle...

  • Maharashtra government mulling to install mobile jamming towers in jails
    Maharashtra government mulling to install mobile jamming towers in jails
    • 2015-04-24

    MUMBAI: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today said the government is considering to install mobile jamming towers in prisons across the state. Speaking during the Question Hour, Fadnavis said despite installing mobile jammers in prisons, cases of phones being sneaked in for the use of p...

  • Signal jammer explanation lame, says Kasrils
    Signal jammer explanation lame, says Kasrils
    • 2015-03-17

    Cape Town - State Security Minister David Mahlobo's explanation that the signal jamming in Parliament during last week's State of the Nation address was a mistake is about as believable as the "dog ate my homework" excuse, says former intelligence minister Ronnie Kasrils. Kasrils told Netwerk24 that...

  • Plans for mobile phone signal blocking systems in jails
    Plans for mobile phone signal blocking systems in jails
    • 2015-02-13

    Plans are being put in place to deploy mobile phone blocking systems in prisons to prevent inmates running criminal operations from their cells. Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald revealed the Irish Prison Service is currently considering a number of technologies with a view to blocking mobile sign...

  • 5G Research Underway to Enable the Next Leap in Wireless Technology
    5G Research Underway to Enable the Next Leap in Wireless Technology
    • 2015-02-06

    The next generation of wireless communication – 5G – will play a vital role in enabling futuristic technologies and actualizing the Internet of Things. Significant obstacles to 5G wireless network deployments exist, however, numerous research and development initiatives are underway to help expedite...

  • LCA equipped with electronic warfare suite
    LCA equipped with electronic warfare suite
    • 2015-02-04

     The fighting power of the Light Combat Aircraft (LCA), Tejas has been sharpened with the aircraft being equipped with an advanced electronic warfare suite (EW suite). The system was flight tested today in Bengaluru for the first time onboard the Tejas-PV1 combat aircraft, according to an annou...

  • More smartphone play equals less fun during leisure
    More smartphone play equals less fun during leisure
    • 2015-01-27

     Today's smartphones are designed to entertain and are increasingly marketed to young adults as leisure devices. Not surprisingly, research suggests that young adults most often use their phones for entertainment purposes rather than for school or work. With this in mind, three Kent State Unive...

  • Contract For US Navy's Tactical Jammer
    Contract For US Navy's Tactical Jammer
    • 2015-01-30

    Exelis (NYSE: XLS) has received a U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center contract valued at $15.3 million to perform essential sustainment work on the ALQ-99 tactical jamming system. The ALQ-99 is used on the Navy's EA-6B Prowler and EA-18G Growler electronic attack aircraft. The technology will also be ...

  • More smartphone play equals less fun during leisure
    More smartphone play equals less fun during leisure
    • 2015-01-27

     Today's smartphones are designed to entertain and are increasingly marketed to young adults as leisure devices. Not surprisingly, research suggests that young adults most often use their phones for entertainment purposes rather than for school or work. With this in mind, three Kent State Unive...

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