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A Milwaukee man with a history of sexual assault convictions is finally headed to prison, after months of refusing to charge his monitoring bracelet effectively took him off electronic supervision.
In a city known for its beer, Broncos and bike thefts, 9Wants to Know decided to illustrate how quickly thieves can make off with bikes secured with poor locks.
A house cat rigged with a GoPro camera sounds like it should be an article on Buzzfeed, but in Britain, scientists are actually using cameras and GPS to track the movements of this often-lazy pet.
Telit Wireless Solutions, a provider of wireless machine-to-machine technology, has introduced the Jupiter SE868-V2 compact multi-constellation receiver module for positioning and navigation applications in the automotive, commercial, industrial, and consumer segments including wearable and handheld devices.
Edward Snowden told the Guardian that he leaked details of National Security Agency surveillance because he doesn't "want to live in a world where there's no privacy."
The Secret Life of the Cat is a show on BBC Two's Horizon that tracks the behavior of outdoor cats.
To meet the demanding needs of construction and work truck fleets, Zonar has introduced a new rugged telematics platform.
This was the first atomic clock. When it was developed in 1955, it was the most accurate timepiece in the world.
While traveling, parents can use tracking apps to locate their brood on a map, receive alerts if children venture beyond a certain area and turn smartphones into walkie-talkies.
Authorities warned residents to be cautious after a mountain lion sighting was reported near Neary Lagoon and Felix Street on Friday morning.
Keeping extremely precise time is key to many modern technologies, from GPS to mobile phone networks and broadcasters' transmitters.
With schools out for the summer and many children out-and-about, parents are continuously looking for ways to keep tabs on their kids.
Smartphone thieves beware. If you steal an iPhone, the owner can track you. That's what a California man did when robbed of his laptop, iPhone and iPad , according to a recent court case .
Scientists who designed GPS tracking collars to study hunting cheetahs in Botswana have miniaturised them to track 50 domestic cats in a Surrey village for a BBC programme.
Losing your luggage on a flight could soon be a thing of the past after an airline developed a bag that is impossible to lose.