Counterfeit driver’s licenses look so real they’re dangerous

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To the naked eye — even the practiced eye of most bartenders and police officers — the counterfeits look perfect.

A phony South Carolina driver’s license was found in the hip pocket of 20-year-old Craig Eney after the fleeing motorcycle he was driving hit a curb, scraping past a utility pole hurling him to his death.

 

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Capture-ID Mobile Scanner: Digitally Capture Business or Identity Information Away From Your Desk

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Featured invention at the DaVinci Inventor Showcase 2010

The Capture-ID mobile scanner is wireless, accurate, and quick for digital capture of documents and identity information away from the desk.  This saves time, improves productivity, and reduces the risk and cost of handling paper.  It is capable of scanning very close to its left edge, allowing capture of information close into the inside edge of a book, reducing the curvature distortion and strain on the binding typical of copiers and other scanners.  Paralegals, insurance agents, realtors, and others can capture documents at their client’s site where a copier is unavailable and take it with them immediately.  Two scans are stitched together to form a letter-size page, three scans for a legal-size page.  (Pics)

 

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United Nations Identifies e-waste as an Urgent And Growing Problem, Wants Change

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E-waste might be one of the biggest misnomers in the history of nomery — the image it creates in the mind is of a bunch of email and document files clogging up your local internet pipes. The reality of it is that electronic waste is rapidly populating ever-growing landfill areas in so-called developing countries (they’re poor, just call a spade a spade) and the issue has now garnered the attention of the United Nations…

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Amazon Launches The New Kindle DX For Magazines, Newspapers and Textbooks

Launch Of The New Kindle DX For Magazines, Newspapers and Textbooks

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos with the new Kindle DX

Amazon unveiled the Kindle DX this morning, an e-reader with a 9.7 inch screen that is 2.5 times larger than the Kindle 2, which debuted earlier this year. (Pics)

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