Everything just keeps getting smaller. A New Zealand company called Rakon has developed what they say is the world’s smallest GPS chip. Tinier than your pinkie nail, I’m inclined to agree with them. At that size, it could be integrated into pretty much anything someone might want to track. Imagine all the pen thieves in the world finally being held accountable for their petty larceny.

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GPS technology is increasingly becoming crucial to our everyday lives. No longer is this tracking technology only used for getting driving directions or tracking a specific package; instead it’s now used in everything from landing aircraft, guiding ships, synchronizing data on communication networks, and even helping keep power grids running. Combine this growing dependency on GPS technology with the fact that almost anyone can purchase a professional GPS jammer online, and you have the perfect ingredients for lots of chaos and damage.

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A massive 8.9-magnitude earthquake hit Japan this morning, which is the one of the largest earthquakes ever recorded (and the strongest ever recorded in the county).  This earthquake caused a massive 23-foot tsunami to spread over Japan, causing thousands of casualties,  massive damage, and hundreds of people reported missing.

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Normally, police use GPS tracking bracelets to keep watch over sex offenders or to ensure that people under house arrest remain in their homes or the few other places they are legally allowed to be. However, Nashville’s Metro police have found a new class of people to keep an eye on thanks to the the trackers: gang members.

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