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13 hrs ago | Temple City Tribune
By SHEL SEGAL A Rosemead man was sentenced Friday to 40 years to life in prison for criminally threatening a young woman who had refused his romantic advances, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office.
21 hrs ago | Construction Equipment
RASTRAC has developed PocketRASTRAC, an application to turn an iPhone or Android phone/tablet into a GPS tracker complete with secure, two-way messaging.
Yesterday | CoolSmartPhone.com
The Samsung Young 2 and the Samsung Galaxy S5 mini are due to arrive here in the UK in a matter of days.
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A man wearing a police tracking device designed to help him stay out of trouble succumbed to temptation and stole expensive gardening equipment from a house in Thornton.
VICTORIAN courts already have the power to order family violence offenders to wear a GPS monitoring unit, the Attorney-General says.
As we all know, riding motorcycle with maps is quite difficult. You just can't open a map while riding, and even when you can, reading the small details of the map, again while riding, is anything but safe.
Health, commercial/enterprise, wearables, and iBeacons will help to revive the GPS tracking device market, with ABI Research forecasting the market to reach over $3.5 billion in 2019.
They forward thinking manufacturer of smartphones and devices has released their new verykool s505 Spark.
Harris County sheriff's deputies shut down part of the Katy Freeway Tuesday evening as they tried to catch three armed robbery suspects in the 8800 block near Chimney Rock.
Following numerous reports of trucks getting stuck on Emerson Hill's tricky terrain, Council Member Steven Matteo announced on Tuesday that eight additional signs will be installed at various entrances to the neighborhood in hope of persuading out-of-town truck drivers to heed Department of Transportation warnings, and not their GPS.
A DANGEROUS sex offender who claims his electronic tracker fell off intends to plead not guilty and was granted bail.
A dangerous sex offender has pleaded not guilty to removing a GPS tracking device, telling police it fell off after he accidentally hit it with a tomahawk.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 06:20 pm
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