They see you, but do you see them? Growth of surveillance cameras booming in NJ
According to this Star Ledger article, it's practically impossible to move around NJ and not be caught on camera. NJ's 9 million residents create a constant reel of faces and movements.
Myspace Representative Testifies in Trial of Trenton Man Accused of Using the Site to Plot a Murder
Technology experts told a court in Trenton that they could pinpoint the electronic fingerprint of a computer that a Trenton man alledgedly used to plot to murder a fellow gang member via Myspace.
Building The Future: N.J. Colleges Get $1.3B for Construction Projects
New Jersey colleges stand to get $1.3 billion for projects that range from technology upgrades in the classroom at Roawan to $86.3 million to transform an NJIT building into a hub for science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Washington Township NJ 7th Grader is State winner of Doodle 4 Google Contest
A seventh grade student from Washington Township, NJ was the state winner of the Doodle 4 Google contest.
The UPC Barcode Turns 40:NJ Company GS1 Marks a Milestone
The adoption of the Universal Product Code system — which involved attaching numbers to barcodes so that standard products could be identified and assigned prices that could be read by machines — was Lawrence-based GSI’s claim to fame.