One of the hugest advances in recent years in the surveillance industry has been the introduction of digital recorders also know as recording equipment devices.

Previously recorders used tape, instead of microchips, which meant short recording times before the tape had to be changed, poor sound quality, particularly if you slowed the recorder down to increase record times, and the inconvenience of having to store recorded tapes manually.

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The Snowden story is back in the news again hence this blog on Laser Listening.

The talk in the press now is that the UK Government has demanded that all the files that the Guardian newspaper has on Snowdon’s revelations and the whole NSA Surveillance program should be either handed over or destroyed.

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Over the years much technician and laboratory time has been spent developing and innovating the much desired amphibious vehicle from landing troops onto beaches to driving to a water mass and deep sea fishing without changing vehicles.  The latest adaption of this seems to be this offering which comfortably travels at up to 80mph on land and half that on the water and if seeing is believing check out this video.

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Night vision has come a long way over recent years. Developed from the original Infra-red units to the latest state-of-the-art light intensifying units, there are so many different variations that this whole sector needs some explanation.

Modern light intensifying night vision units use any available light, even just starlight or light from a distant town and intensify that light to provide you with enough to see in the dark. You have probably seen image intensifying films on news reports from Iraq and Afghanistan. The image is always a subtle green colour and any subjects eyes seem to light up.

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We all know what an unbelievable tool for everyday life a cellular phone is. Having had them around for so long it is unimaginable how difficult life would be without them. But despite all the advantages that they bring they can also be an awful nuisance, and not only that they can also compromise our security and privacy.

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