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In a world where human labor is consistently being replaced by automated machines, one occupation has been deemed safe from further computerized replacements: court reporting.
It’s no secret that thefts and burglaries are on the rise. And while it is estimated that 67% of burglaries can be avoided by the installation of video surveillance, avoiding theft through scams requires more than video surveillance — it requires vigilance and extreme skepticism.
Aggressive driving can lower gas mileage by 33% on the highway and 5% in the city, but that wasn’t the motive for this NYPD traffic agent whose aggressive and destructive driving led to the death of a 21-year-old woman.
NYPD traffic agent Stefan Hoyte, 26, was arrested on charges including DWI and vehicular homicide after his car slammed into a barrier on the Williamsburg Bridge around 3:15 a.m. March 16.
Restaurant fires seem to be a common occurrence in NYC these days, as a fire that started in the duct work of a restaurant quickly evolved into a gigantic three-alarm blaze.
When it comes to cellular technology, improvements and upgrades are very consistent themes. Many big name brands of various technological devices and components aim to improve technology with every new product put on the market, such as USB devices. While the USB 2.0 was first released in 2000 with the bandwidth changing from 12 Mbit/s to 480 Mbit/s, there have been extreme changes in the past 17 years. Take the iPhone, for example.