Mitt Romney said he would retain some popular parts of the new health care law he has pledged to repeal, while President Barack Obama focused attention in all-important Florida on the Republican ticket's stand on Medicare, an issue that's been more favorable to Democrats.
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FBI to roll out $1 billion public facial recognition system in 2014, will be on to your evildoing everywhere
They’re watching you — or at least will be in a couple of years. That’s when the FBI is gearing up for a nationwide launch of a $1 billion project designed to identify people of interest, according to the New Scientist. Dubbed the Next Generation Identification (NGI) program, the high-tech endeavor uses biometric data such as DNA analysis, iris scans and voice identification to track down folks with a criminal history. The FBI also plans to take NGI on the road literally by using public cameras to pick faces from the crowd and cross check them with its national repository of images. Let’s just say this facial technology isn’t going to be used for lighthearted Japanese vocaloid hijinks or unlocking your electronic device. The use and scope of NGI, which kicked off a pilot program in February, will likely be questioned not just by black helicopter watchers but privacy advocates as well. Facial recognition has certainly been a touchy issue in privacy circles — something Facebook learned firsthand in Germany. Meanwhile, the Electronic Frontier Foundation is already raising concerns about innocent civilians being mixed up or included in the database. Naturally, the FBI claims that the NGI program is in compliance with the U.S. Privacy Act. On the positive side, at least they didn’t name it the Genetic Lifeform and Disk Operating System.
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If you were intrigued about that Wonderbook PlayStation peripheral we saw back at E3, then your curious wait may soon be over. As of November 13th, you’ll be able to get your wizardy hands on the accessory for the reasonably magic price of $39.99. This is for the book alone, but there’s also a bundle for $79 that includes the Book of Spells game (in collaboration with J.K. Rowling) a Move motion controller and the PlayStation Eye camera. Three other forthcoming titles get a mention too, Diggs: Nightcrawler, BBC’s Walking with Dinosaurs and experiences from Disney, set for release some time in 2013. In the meantime, better start saving up the Galleons.
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PlayStation Wonderbook starts augmenting your reality in November from $39 originally appeared on Engadget on Sun, 09 Sep 2012 07:25:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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We know you’ve got questions, and if you’re brave enough to ask the world for answers, here’s the outlet to do so. This week’s Ask Engadget inquiry is coming to us from Ellio, who needs to control his wayward address book with something a little more useful than Gmail. If you’re looking to send in an inquiry of your own, drop us a line at ask [at] engadget [dawt] com.
“Hi there. I love Ask Engadget and I’ve got a problem I hope you can help with. I run my own business and deal with thousands of contacts on a regular basis. I need a more efficient way of cataloging their contact details than Gmail contacts or my OS X address book — since I’d like to be able to tag-search for people who work for the same company or in the same industry. Friends have suggested using a spreadsheet, but I’m sure someone’s invented a more efficient method than that, so any pointers you can give would be amazing, thanks!”
With a small army of contacts we have to marshall on a regular basis, we feel your pain Ellio. We’ve heard some things about Flexadex, but many of our staffers just muddle on through with Gmail. That’s why we’ll open the floor to our beautiful and clever commenters to find out what they use on a regular basis.
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As the end of my glorious week at the DNC loomed on the horizon, I could plainly see a colorful crescendo. Delegates channeled their enthusiasm and the spirit of the moment more than ever into a resounding display of “Obama Drama.” From 3D nail art with patriotic razzle-dazzle to oversized shawls with photorealistic images of President O., the message was loud and clearly creative. Strikingly partisan headpieces created millinery magic and designer sneaks shouted “go bold or go home.”
As the best parties went on into the night, it was quite evident that the ever-chic, always appropriate LBD (little black dress) ruled the night. Statement necklaces and bold platforms (of the fashion kind) completed the look. The scene was sensational.
Meanwhile, the gentlemen at the President’s acceptance speech could have written “the guy’s guide to looking great.” Lose any worries you may have had about the demise of the suit. Sartorial savvy was at its very best. Slim fit, dapper and dressy was the order of the day. A rich burst of color at the neck and a bold-patterned dress shirt, and WOW!
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