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Dear P1 Member,

The future is constantly knocking at the door, and things that seem like they're straight out of Star Trek are quickly becoming a reality. In this month's eNews, we review the 'paper' PC, a tablet computer that's as thin as a piece of paper, and present some ways that the new Google Glass could assist police officers.

Lastly, we talk about how speed cameras are helping to enforce the law, lower risks, and raise funding.


Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
Technology Deployment
Lowering risks and raising funds with speed cameras
By Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
The National Safety Council found that speeding is not likely to be controlled without vigorous, consistent enforcement, including the use of automated technology. Slow down and smile
Future Tech
How cops could use Google Glass
By Tim Dees, PoliceOne Columnist
Fresh details about Google's much-anticipated smart glasses have emerged recently, with a YouTube video uploaded by the company showing Google Glass in action. Could they be of use to cops? "Augmented reality"
Technology Helpdesk
The 'paper' PC: A tablet fit for your squad room?
By John Rivera, PoliceOne Columnist
Plastic Logic demonstrated the PaperTab — a computer no thicker than a floppy sheet of plastic — at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) earlier this year. Not just a concept
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