Profile of K.C. Jones
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Articles by K.C. Jones
posted in August 2005
Telcos scramble to restore service to customers while keeping employees safe.
Closing the gap between administrative and instructional use in grades K-12 appears to be more a question of where computers are located in the school, as opposed to just the number of computers available, a new study says.
The services analyze, map and monitor the locations of registered offenders using public information.
Company leaders were already apologetic about employees' morale, management turnover and a securities fraud scandal. Then, they had to defend changes in their annual meeting.
The International Security Conference East included such exotic fare as synthetic fabric designed to contain explosions, as well as more mundane alarms, home security systems, and surveillance products
Broadband use has reached a critical mass, giving portals and content sites a chance to gain market share, a research firm says.
The retired undercover FBI agent who infiltrated the Bonanno Crime Family is consulting for the company that developed a 360-degree camera that can be attached to a rearview mirror.
Police are deploying technology that uses acoustic sensors, radio frequencies, and triangulation to pinpoint the location of gunfire.
Thanks to the combined work of 133,673 computers -- many of them part-time CPU 'donations' -- researchers working on cures for common diseases are cutting mind-boggling data-crunching jobs from the work of millennia to nine-month miracles.
While lawmakers in some parts of the country are fighting to ban free wireless broadband access, San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom is looking at it as a potential tool for fixing community problems.