How to find hidden transmitters and spy cameras in few minutes

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How I spy on you in the office or in any other places using an ordinary calculator

At the present time gossip seems to be trendy and self-protection from those people who may damage our reputation can reveal a winning strategy. Just think about your work environment where envy and rise to fame often push the people to discredit their colleagues. And what about those ones who …

Attention to the new gadgets of thieves

This may be the last discover of ingenious thieves who don’t hesitate to resort to the technology to hit unsuspecting victims. The news of recent months shows several cases where someone complains of being robbed, at home or in the company, after agreeing to unknowns small gadgets, deployed on the …

The new frontier of biometric access: the body odor

The Universidad Politécnica de Madrid has added to the biometric recognition tools already on the market, another ingredient: the body odor. Identification parameter that, according to the researchers may soon be used for a reliable recognition through personal characteristics and biological properties. So we’ll be able to filter people based …

Microregistratori digitali

U.S.: a mosquito for the military espionage

febbraio 20, 2013 Technology No Commenti

A small insect like a mosquito is in reality a very powerful micro-drone could even kill. It’s the latest toy of U.S. Army that seems to use it since 2007, although in the early years has denied its existence. An insect drone, controlled long-distance, with a camera, microphone and syringe studied in the GRASP, laboratory of the University of Pennsylvania.

Micro air vehicles” (MAVs) are called in the important center of research and are designed starting by just small animals: their characteristics and aerodynamic capabilities perfect. According to reliable sources it’s able to extract DNA or inject RFID localization devices in the person-goal, causing a sensation of pain almost imperceptible, comparable to that caused by a normal mosquito bite. Obviously the uses to which it may be intended by the secret service are many: it can be used as a spy, being equipped with a camera and microphone, but also as a “silent killer” by injecting into the chosen victim, powerful poisons available in the market, which can cause cardiac arrest, suggesting a natural death.

As is clear to know, the “mosquito drone” can penetrate everywhere without being seen through a tiny crack and remain in an environment for months without arousing suspicions.

Military technologies are advanced and often would become very dangerous if put into circulation. In order to this, it’s mandatory considering that the majority of these tools are kept secret. At the moment we known that England, France, Holland and Israel could have microdrones.

Riot, the Google-spy

febbraio 15, 2013 Technology No Commenti

“The Guardian” has revealed a few days ago the existence of Riot (Rapid Overlay Information Technology, but also like a “riot”, suggesting that the product can be used as a kind of social control). The software was developed in the USA by Raytheon, one of the greatest companies working in the field of military defense, able to obtain data (data mining) and provides predictions on the behavior of U.S. Citizens. At the base of the software there are the social media like Facebook and Twitter. Usually to know this type of information is used USB pens or small systems that allow you to know each data is inserted into the PC. Riot is a kind of search engine able to locate the users of the social, to show their photos, where and when these were taken and it can be transformed into a real instrument of control, a “Google-spy”. It works by using complex algorithms to “read” billions of information on the web.

At the moment it seems that the software isn’t sold because different aspects preoccupy the privacy. For example you can follow people and their habits, and then predict their behavior. In addition, users often don’t know that their data is available to everyone and then would be needed an information campaign for correct use. And that’s not all. Through the Riot graphical object browser you can correlate people, events and relationships.

For now, some similar information can be obtained through the twitter scraping (selective extraction of tweet) or search engines designed specifically for Facebook. It also seems that the FBI is developing software for social media research.The controversies about privacy don’t lack in these cases. David Brin, science-fiction writer in 1998 had declared: “We are already too far away to be able to regulate the use of video cameras, you should adjust to the fact that we will lose part of our privacy, but to the advantage of greater security”.

The songs that we listen to driving could be dangerous

febbraio 12, 2013 Self Defence No Commenti

We have spoken before of the dangerousness of cell phones at the wheel and how affect in these cases the fatigue and lack of sleep.

To this can be remedied with valid antisleep driving alarm such as that Endoacustica which, positioned comfortably over the ear, in the case in which the head is inclined more than 30 degrees, it starts to produce a loud sound that gives the driver quickly to reality.

To these cases most obvious, it’s added a list of “dangerous songs”, songs considered dangerous driving, compiled by Confused.com. In general, according to research, women who listen hip-hop tend to drive more aggressively, the same is true for men with the rock music.

In the first place there is “Hey Mama” by The Black Eyed Peas, followed by “Dead on Arrival” (Fall Out Boy) and “Paper Planes” (M.I.A.).

On the other hand have been classified songs which would help to improve concentration driving. In pole position “Come Away With Me” by Norah Jones, “Billionaire Feat Bruno Mars” (Travie McCoy) and “I’m Yours” (Jason Mraz).

Here are the classifications:

Dangerous songs”

    1. Hey Mama – The Black Eyed Peas
    2. Dead on Arrival – Fall Out Boy
    3. Paper Planes – M.I.A
    4. Walkie Talkie Man – Steriogram
    5. Paradise City – Guns N’ Roses
    6. How You Remind Me – Nickelback
    7. Hit the Road, Jack – Ray Charles
    8. Get Rhythm – Johnny Cash
    9. Heartless – Kanye West
    10. Young, Wild and Free – Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa (feat. Bruno Mars)
    1. Come Away With Me – Norah Jones
    2. Billionaire Feat. Bruno Mars – Travie McCoy
    3. I’m Yours – Jason Mraz
    4. The Scientist – Coldplay
    5. Tiny Dancer – Elton John
    6. Cry Me a River – Justin Timberlake
    7. I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing – Aerosmith
    8. Karma Police – Radiohead
    9. Never Had a Dream Come True – S Club
    10. Skinny Love – Bon Iver

Relaxing” songs:

The new hi-tech pens record and correct grammatical errors

febbraio 7, 2013 Technology No Commenti

The pens are, from antiquity, everyday objects. They come in different types: classic, technological, fashion, made of precious materials…Depopulated in the market for some years now the DVR Pens Endoacustica, pens that, in addition to the normal writing, are able to record audio and video of good quality allowing you to store school lessons, interviews or to monitor situations in a discrete manner. Once created the file can be exported in comfort on the PC through a USB cable supplied.

Despite the spread of computers in many occasions it is necessary still using the pen and, accustomed as we are, to the automatic correction is likely to make a bad impression in terms of grammar knowledges. Someone has thought of this kind of writing problems creating Lernstift, a pen that vibrates every time it detects that you’re writing something wrong, either a single letter or an entire word.

The pen has been created by an Austrian couple after noting the efforts of their son to learn to write. The tool is presented as a normal pen of color green and white, but inside are implanted sensors that can detect a series of variations in the way the words are formed. Errors can be reported in two ways, “calligraphy” or “orthography” and when they are detected, the device makes a buzz.

By the way some people talk about “educational tool unique and effective”, others instead believe that this kind of gadgets risk to “delete our grammar expertise”. At the time, Lernstift is still under development, but it seems that in the next weeks will launch a crowdfunding project with the aim of raising funds to commercialize it on a large scale. A project certainly to improve that still leaves perplexed linguists.

The human GPS to know their origins

febbraio 4, 2013 Biotechnology No Commenti

A few months ago in the magazine Nature Genetics appeared a new research related to human genetic mapping. The scientific work speaks of a probabilistic method that combines the genetic traits of each individual to geographical coordinates in order to identify the geographic origins of each person by mapping its complete lineage related to migration that have characterized the various populations over time. Scientists have studied the genetic mutations (SNPs) that have occurred in the human genome and were sent to the inhabitants according to the different geographical areas of origin. The probability that a person possesses these mutations today depending on the geographic location of his ancestors. They are therefore the genetic mutations “transported” in several generations to configure the natural GPS of DNA.

The study resulted a mathematical algorithm based on probabilistic mutations in the genome, which identifies the geographical origin of their ancestors.
The method may, therefore, be a valuable support both in the medical field to study such diseases that affect a particular group of individuals and in zoological field to understand the causes that led to migrations and habitat changes of the animals.

Always of “human GPS” spoke Steven M. Reppert, a neurobiologist at the University of Massachusetts, that along with some colleagues, he discovered that humans, like many animals, may be able to sense the Earth’s magnetic field. The “sense of orientation” of which we hear about, so could have a scientific explanation.

Reppert has been studying the monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) identifying in cryptochromes, special light-sensitive proteins, the orientation system of the insect. The butterfly would orient watching the sun at day, while at night these proteins are sensitive to the Earth’s magnetic field, allowing the butterfly to find their way home in the dark. The same gene that encodes the cryptochromes is also active in humans, and this has led scientists to think that we might be able to “feel” the magnetic fields.

Fortunately, those who haven’t great orientative skills can rely on safe localization systems or GSM tracker that ensure the validity of the information even when our “sense of orientation” fails. With these tools it’s easy to find parked cars, house keys, luggage, but also don’t lose sight of children or animals.

iShoes, footwear branded Apple

gennaio 30, 2013 Biotechnology No Commenti

Steve Jobs in the 90s gave to Apple employees a pair of white sneakers with logo on the tongue and the word “Apple” on the side. Last autumn the staff of the bitten apple had fun imagining, between reality and fantasy, the next big company products. Pets robot, glasses, innovative bikes and someone hypothesized a pair of sneakers: the iShoes.

The company has filed to the U.S. patents office, a request for a system of sensors and connectivity inserted in footwear. Unlike smartwatch or other wearable devices, smart shoes don’t constitute an extension of your smartphone, but they are primarily an instrument of self-tracking for runners or simple pedestrians (it also speaks of boots). The sensors can be inserted in the heel or take the form of a layer which passes through the shoe. In the patent it’s stated that the iShoes will be equipped with accelerometers and pressure sensors integrated in the sole that allows the monitoring of the performances, but also, and above all, the measurement of parameters such as the posture, the position of the foot in the shoe…It also speaks of the measurement of shoes level of wear that make impossible to wear shoes that are too worn ensuring a healthy posture. The data, once collected, are transferred to other personal devices such as smartphones or tablet.
This expedient is considered by many as a ploy to push the sales that could be taken into consideration for many garments of clothing or objects of any kind.

The wearable devices represent an horizon of the market more and more close. These have always been a priority for control and monitoring. An example closer to the concrete can be represented by GPS trackers or bugs that, due to their small size, they can be implanted almost anywhere: belts, ties, glasses watches, necklaces…The small size didn’t reduce the potentialities, indeed they were amplified.
DVR “All in one” of Endoacustica, for example, allow to you the audio/video recording and, considered its minimum size, can be hidden almost anywhere. The DVR is able to make audio and video files of high quality, thanks to the hight resolution component video and to the powerful microphone preamp. Not only, with “All in one”, you can take great pictures in high resolution, with just one click.

Big technology in small sizes

gennaio 25, 2013 Technology No Commenti

A small cube of 5cm each side may soon steal the scene from the tablet and smart glasses. CuBox Pro, the name of the cube produced by Solid Run in a new version than the first model in 2011. Inside of it, all the features of a pc with bigger dimensions: a dual core chip Arm 800 Mhz, two gigabytes of RAM and an expandable memory of 64 gigabytes with microSD cards. To animate the device, the operating system Ubuntu Linux and now also Android.

In just 91 grams is also contained an HDMI output that lets you connect Cubox to your TV, the integration with Google Chrome allows you to easily explore the web and the media player XBMC turns it into a media center to connect to PC, smartphone or and tablet devices such as Xbox or PlayStation. There is also the digital audio output, dedicated to the home theaters, and eSata connection that allows you to read files from an external hard disk at high speed. In addition, the power consumption at full load is only 3 watts, lower than the 100-150 with a laptop.

In short, the technology can’t do without the small items. Just think to the tools used for surveillance. One of the best examples can be represented by the ultra thin digital voice recorder puts on the market from Endoacustica. In just 7mm thick, 51mm high and 27mm wide, the recorder has a powerful amplified microphone, ideal for recording in every type of environment, covering a distance of over 10 meters.

Compared with the gadgets already on the market, the microrecorder Endoacustica produces files of high quality and at a low energy consumption with long periods of recordings, between 300 and 1200 hours depending on the model chosen according to your needs. In addition, the voice activation system (VAS) reduces pauses in messages, extending the recording time available.

The software installed in the DVR allows you to save the recorded messages as normal sound files, set the recording parameters, update the firmware of the recorder and also use the device as a flash disk with a capacity of 2.8 GB. Once made, the files can be easily transferred to your PC via a built-in USB (exchange speed up to 0.7 Mb / sec). The product is available on the website www.endoacustica.com and has been chosen by many professionals and enthusiasts.

Password: gadgets

gennaio 22, 2013 Technology No Commenti

Hi-tech has a new watchword: gadgets. There are all types and for all tastes, more or less useful and more and more customizable. Some gadgets have appeared on the market in recent weeks. Let’s see some of the most appreciate.

Will help us to don’t stay more without battery, Nectar Mobile Power System, portable power supply tool that provides extra power for more than two weeks, for each device. So we can leave the charger at home and use our technology products without an electrical outlet available. At the moment the cost is about $299.

The American company HzO has thought about the classics “domestic accidents” of our devices. It’s frequent that the instruments constantly in own hands come into contact with liquid: water, coffee, beverages of all kinds…and so are destroyed. The solution is called Water Block and allows you to waterproof any device through the jet of a chemical vapor, a process to implement at the time of production in the factory.

Endoacustica has put on the market a few weeks ago the new Micro GPS GPRS, a tracking system that integrates, in a single circuit, a GPS and GPRS transceiver and a satellite receiver. Small and light, lets you know live or recorded the exact location of the object, person or animal observed. Countless uses: track your baggage, keep children under control, monitor the movements of the partner, don’t lose sight of your pet…but also check the car speed or listen what happen around the device.

The new gadgets have also thought about nature, or rather about aspiring gardeners, with Flower Power, an app that uses bluetooth technology to measure the parameters that favor the growth of plants and flowers. Subsequently, the data are sent directly on our mobile device.

A lot of applications for fans and curious people who are often able to impose themselves in our daily lives and to make themselves indispensable.

At the supermarket with the navigator

gennaio 17, 2013 Localization No Commenti

GPS technology has now numerous applications in daily activities. Keep an eye on the kids, monitor the pet, follow the partner’s car is a cakewalk if you have the right tools. Shortly, it will possible use a sophisticated development of GPS technology in a shopping center or on the shelves of the supermarket so you’ll save time and optimize the product comparison.

To lead the tour will be our trusty smartphone through Locata, a new system of positioning and navigation that also works indoors and could become a worthy competitor for the same GPS technology. The new system has a strong accuracy margin (only 18 cm) and is still being improved.
For the use of Locata is necessary to install a network of antennas on the ground. Surely, it could derive significant benefit in large cities where buildings often make difficult to locate with the traditional GPS. The U.S. Department of Defense, which in the 70s had developed the GPS, is conducting tests on a large scale in a missile plant in the desert of New Mexico.

There is enthusiasm among the giants of the business for the introduction of new technology. In fact, the advertising easily will be able to take possession of it, leading the potential customer in the place where are the sponsored products.
In any case, Locata and similar systems will work alongside the GPS, but for now, not replace it. In fact they are already on the market localizers able to offer very similar services, tested and efficient.
It ‘s the case of the Micro GPS/GPRS Endoacustica that contains in itself the potentials of a GPS and GPRS transceiver and a satellite receiver, becoming, on occasion, an environmental bug and a speed controller. A system certainly very advanced and cheap.

The car reads the newspaper for the driver

gennaio 11, 2013 Technology No Commenti

The hi-tech introduced at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas has included the driver safety.
Once again it’s been very careful to the topic, the carmaker Ford that has presented numerous news about the auto-connectivity infrastructure that interact specifically with smartphones.
Has attracted particular curiosity Kaliki, the application that allows you to listen, while driving a car, the reading of the favourite newspapers. The app works with the Ford Sync AppLink network and it will certainly appreciate by the 140 millions of Americans who spend about 50 minutes a day in the car. Kaliki can inform the driver about the latest news according to his favorite topics or read magazines. At the moment the application is only available for smartphones with Android operating system, in short time it may also be used on iPhone.

The basis for this innovation is the connection Bluethooth of the Ford Sync system, with the opportunity to browse the menu through voice commands. Saying the name of the newspaper or magazine that wants to “listen”, the driver can choose among titles and categories that are listed, the preferred option.

A few months ago it was the same Focus to offer additional solutions in the comfort and safety fields as the traffic sign recognition: a micro camera implanted in the car reads the digital signals and sends the information to a software that interprets the signs and alerts the driver with icons and alarms about prohibitions and speed limits. Same thing can be done for the control of road markings, for the maintenance of the lane and for the monitoring of the driver’s attention. Some cars made by the company can also be equipped with a system that stops the car in the event of a collision with some pedestrians or obstacles. To these are added the most common semi-automatic devices for parking.

Optimal solutions to improve the time spent in the car and to implement our activities with safely. The data that speak of road accidents are drastic and a high percentage of responsibility is attributed to the sleep and tiredness. Beyond innovation, isn’t to leave at home a valid antisleep driving alarm if you are under excessive fatigue or if you have to face long trips.

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