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Could an iPhone app Have Saved the Life of North Carolina Coed?
Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 December 2011 05:40 Written by iUseMac Tuesday, 20 December 2011 05:40
The Predator Alert App can actually prevent a crime from happening as opposed to a great program like Amber Alert which is activated after a child is abducted or reported missing. Eve Carson, student body president at UNC, was taken from her home after 3 a.m. by two men who drove her to an ATM machine and then shot her 5 times. Carson could have used Predator Alert App, formerly IcePic, to trigger an immediate email alert along with her GPS location that could have resulted in assailants arrest. Continue reading
IcePics 2.0 – iPhone App Could Prevent a Crime and Possibly Save a Life
Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 May 2010 06:00 Written by iUseMac Tuesday, 18 May 2010 06:00
Independent software developer Jeff Neumeyer today announces IcePics 2.0 for iPhone and iPod touch devices. How can you protect yourself from an attack? Anyone who suspects they are about to become a victim of kidnapping, rape, robbery or assault simply has to point their iPhone at the suspicious person and push the IcePics button on their iPhone. IcePics will email a picture of the bad guy along with the GPS location of that photo instantly to contacts pre-selected by the owner. Continue reading
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