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Then there are those who steal time by parking their state Department of Transportation trucks in mall lots, on side streets, even near bowling alleys, and take leisurely breaks when they're supposed to be filling potholes, fixing signs or picking up
Joel Connelly A glossy No-on-Initiative 522 flyer hit my Whidbey mailbox this weekend, its denunciations of complex requirements and new taxpayer coss following classic themes used by large corporate interests to defeat state ballot initiatives.
The Hindu The GPS-enabled meters are expected to ensure the safety of passengers Photo: K. Pichumani Specifications of the GPS and printers, size of the control room that will monitor the system discussed The government's initiative to regularise
Five Americans who were on a kayak trip in Tajikistan have gone missing, the U.S...Authorities are conducting searches for the missing tourists, who were kayaking down the Balandkiik River when they disappeared, RIA Novosti reported.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court justices are taking their cases on the road again. The justice will hold court in Sheboygan Thursday and hear two cases. One case raises an issue that the state's high court has never considered. Does GPS tracking of a
Qualcomm, TCS Consider an app for fisherfolks that would signal a boundary alert as the boats head towards the International Maritime Boundary Line, provide ocean stat information on real time, and regions of fish congregation. II (Fisher Friend
A California couple's GPS device gave them some bad advice, causing them to get lost for two days in rural Oregon, police said...Garton, 73, and his wife were driving their mobile home from their home in Ridgecrest, Calif., to Coos Bay, Ore., when
44am NSA May Not Be Collecting Your Location Data From Telco Dragnet... Because It Gets It From Your GPS from the under-this-program dept As we noted last week, Senator Ron Wyden has been repeatedly asking the intelligence community about whether or
GPS doesn't always work well in towns and cities because buildings reflect and interfere with the signals. The VRay antenna scans for millions of virtual signals every second then differentiates the valid GPS signal from the rest of the clutter. That
Honeywell's big win of the day was a $485.4 million sole-source, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to integrate platforms, upgrade, and test the Air Force's Embedded Global Positioning System Inertial Navigation System, or EGI.