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Your Next Patrol Computer Could be a Phone

Samsung phones running in docks with connected external displays and keyboards are being tested as replacements for in-vehicles laptops.

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Samsung DeX Solutions

These solutions include a variety of components to allow users to build the ideal DeX Solution, easily extending their smartphone into a full desktop computing experience.

California City Council Approves Budget for New Vehicles, Video Systems

The Costa Mesa City Council voted 5-0 on Tuesday night to approve $1.125 million this fiscal year to buy five replacement vehicles and upgrade or replace the video systems in the California city's police cars.

Panasonic Introduces Toughbook 55

The Panasonic Toughbook 55 is the newest addition to the Toughbook family. This 14-inch semi-rugged laptop features a modular design and up to 40 hours of battery life with its optional second battery.

POLICE Survey: Law Enforcement and Technology

A dizzying variety of hardware and software tools are now available for police operations. But are they actually being used? We sent a special survey out to law enforcement officers to find out. Here's what we discovered.

Gamber-Johnson Unveils New Technology Cradle, Motion Attachment

Gamber-Johnson has unveiled two new products, the Universal Tablet Cradle and Glide Arm Motion Attachment. The company says these products will provide mobile office and technology efficiencies for vehicle operators in public safety and other professions.

TAC5 Mobile Tactical Computer

The TAC5 Mobile Tactical Computer is OEM Micro Solutions' most advanced tactical computer the company has yet to offer.

Rugged Keyboard and Mount System

Havis Inc. has introduced the PKG-KB-201 package with rugged USB backlit keyboard and patent-pending keyboard mount with integrated quick release functionality for use inside a vehicle.

New Jersey Law Requiring Police-Car Cameras Ruled Unconstitutional

A 2014 law requiring all New Jersey municipalities to outfit new police patrol cars with dashboard cameras is unconstitutional because it does not provide an adequate funding source, a state board ruled Wednesday.

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Data911 Introduces Multi-Touch Display Designed for Emergency Vehicles

Over the last year, integrated mobile solutions provider Data911 has been working with a group of law enforcement and fire service agencies to design the M7+ Display expressly for first responders.