Norton Internet Security 2012 Review

Norton 2012 Review
Norton 2012 Review

Computers are always struggling with the Internet requires a high level of security. Moreover, the current threats are scattered not just the virus alone. Therefore, complete protection is absolutely necessary. For a computer like that, perananan antivirus application is not enough. Users still need additional security.

For that reason, Symantec security application package to present a more complete than the usual antivirus, ie Norton Internet Security (NIS).

Judging from the interface and several features, NIS 2012 is similar to previous versions such as NIS 2011 and 2010. Display and function relatively the same but with some new features. So for those of you who’ve used previous versions, you will feel familiar with NIS 2012.

In terms of reform, NIS 2012 offers several new features among which are the Control Center display a customizable, bandwidth management, identify alerts that moved to the Norton toolbar so as not to interfere with your computing activities, and of course updates from the side of better security.

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Flying Robots will Replace CCTV

Scout Robot
Scout Robot

CCTV cameras may soon be ancient device with robotic presence on this one. The scientists developed a robotic fly complete with sophisticated intelligence system that can spy on and track criminals.

Users only indicate a location on Google Maps that appear on the touch screen controller on the robot. Furthermore, the robot will fly at a speed of 30 miles per hour to record HD quality video around that location. Videos can also be displayed to the iPhone in real time.

Quoted by the Daily Mail, Monday (05/16/2011), a robot named Scout was able to fly at an altitude of up to 500 feet or approximately 152 meters. Scouts can take pictures in a zoom in from a distance of 300 meters. That is, Scout can perform its mission without having to go near to the object being the eyes on him. Continue reading “Flying Robots will Replace CCTV”

Beware, Robot In The Observer


Her body was tiny and lightweight. Two of this would support him freely moving in different directions to do the monitoring. He can detect the presence of a person by recognizing his breath blowing. He is a robot named Cougar20-H monitors. So as not detected by the robot is, someone should at least have the ability to hold his breath is good enough.

Controlled remotely using a laptop, the robot recognizes the human breath and scan the whole of a room with a row of sensors ultra-wideband radio frequency. Cougar20-H, developed with the funds the United States armed forces could be moving on track, reach out to the entire room, extending her hand and scan the room. Cougar20-H and even the walls can also scan to detect the presence of people who were behind the wall. Reported by Gizmodo, Monday (07/02/2011), the robot monitors could find people who are moving or still in a room. Thus the operator can control it to know that information in real time via a laptop.

But not to worry robot production TiaLinx technology companies will be stalking you. Cougar20-H made for military purposes and will only be shipped to certain government agencies.