If Chief Burbank gets his way, these tiny, weightless cameras will soon be on every police officer in the state.
With all the opposition of police officers being recorded by citizens that we are seeing throughout the country it is quite a surprise that they would make a move like this. The officers would wear them when they are investigating crime scenes, serving warrants, and during patrols. Suddenly Utah isn't looking like such a bad place to be. Now we just need to hope other states and departments would follow suite. It sure will be nice when there is video evidence to show the real story.
It takes years of testing to get a drug approved by the FDA, and that costs big big money to do. You get the drug approved by the FDA and then a chemist comes and makes the exact same thing, and your years of investment into research and development and clinical trials of that drug are going to not be paid off. Somebody would essentially walk the path that you made and they would reap the same benefits just simply by copying what you have done.
If Google talk has been up for a couple years and if this is their first outage, well then I would say that they are the most reliable.
16 million pixel camera
Why not just say a 16 megapixel camera? Is it just me or is a 16 megapixel camera not impressive.?
Torque is cheap.