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Meet the workplace sensors that are watching you

by Kai Ryssdal and Robert Garrova Feb 22, 2017
Bloomberg Reporter Rebecca Greenfield talks about the new ways companies can track employees.
Employers "can monitor workers all the way up until the bathroom," says workplace reporter Rebecca Greenfield.
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Chicago puts sensors to work taking its vitals

by Miles Bryan Nov 16, 2016
The Array of Things will collect the city's data, but some raise privacy concerns.
A sensor looks out on a busy intersection in Chicago's Southwest side.
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Inside CES

Consumer Electronics Show: Meet the smart home

by Nova Safo Jan 6, 2015
A trend that's exploding: Using sensors to connect everyday objects to the Internet.
Inside CES

CES 2014: 'The year of sensors'

by Molly Wood Jan 8, 2014
Some of the most exciting innovations at this year's CES are... sensors.

Using lasers and sensors to catch film bootleggers in action

by Molly Wood Nov 28, 2013
Catching bootleggers red handed.
Guns and dollars

Are 'smart guns' ready for market?

by Molly Wood Apr 19, 2013
Technology exists where only electronically recognized users can fire a gun, but are gun buyers interested?

Tactonic expands touch screen technology to the floor

by Molly Wood Apr 3, 2013
A New York City start-up called Tactonic Technologies has revolutionized the computer touch sensor, making them tough enough and cheap enough to turn an entire floor, maybe an entire gym or theme park into a surface that senses footsteps.

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New body units offer info on effects of blasts on soldiers

by Molly Wood Aug 1, 2012
The U.S. military is experimenting with new ways to gather data to help personnel in short-term and long-term.
Codebreaker

Nosy humans find news ways to invade mountain lion privacy

by John Moe Aug 30, 2011
Well, that would be the headline in a mountain lion version of this story. (But how could they type a newsletter without articulated fingers and an...