Posted by Adam | Jun 30, 2011 | Comments 0
Utah based Juicy Development today announces Police Scanner 2.2.2, an update to its popular iPhone and iPod touch application. Police Scanner 2 lets users listen to police, fire, and EMS activities around the world. With thousands of national and international EMS streams, Police Scanner offers the largest selection of police, fire, and emergency services streams available. Version 2.2.2 optimizes the speed of the app, allowing better backwards compatibility with older devices.
Posted by Adam | Jun 29, 2011 | Comments 0
Free the Apps! today introduces 911 Police Radio HD for iPad users. The application offers thousands of emergency radio stations to listen to, lets users add custom feeds, shows the number of listeners on a station and allows users to save their favorite emergency radio channels. 911 Police Radio HD is the same easy to use app as the iPhone version but has new, custom graphics developed for iPad. The app plays in the background while other applications are running.
Posted by Gwen Phua | Dec 16, 2010 | Comments 0
Rev up your engines! Do you have what it takes to be an elite cop in Need for Speed™ Hot Pursuit for iPad by Electronic Arts? Chase down speeding racers and take them off the highways as quickly as you can to show them they can’t snub the law — at least not on your patrol. And when you’re not pursuing errant drivers, you’ll sometimes be racing neck to neck with other patrolmen. Can you come out tops and earn your next promotion? Read our full review at iPadmodo.
Posted by Press Releases | Dec 02, 2010 | Comments 0
Sunnyvale, California – Social Jitney delivers another hit iPhone application: Say No to Police. Say No to Police was released on November 19, 2010 and was immediately featured as “New and Noteworthy” in the Reference category by Apple’s iTunes. As of November 29, 2010 the application is #2 on the reference list. Social Jitney’s Alphabets in the Zoo, created for client Googly, was a “New and Noteworthy” iPad application and reached #1 on the education chart. Say No to Police was created for criminal law expert Ralph Behr, ESQ. Say No to Police teaches individuals their rights when dealing with law enforcement.
Posted by Press Releases | Nov 25, 2010 | Comments 1
Miami, Florida – Noted defense attorney Ralph Behr today announces the release of his comprehensive legal advice and education app, Say No to The Police. Created by Behr to provide consumers with a mobile and easy to understand legal recourse, this informational app explains a highly diverse set of laws specifically as they pertain to the most commonly occurring crimes Americans are charged with each year. Say No to The Police is currently available for any iOS and Android compatible mobile platform through the Apple iTunes App Store as well as the Android market.
Posted by Press Releases | Nov 22, 2010 | Comments 8
Fort Lauderdale, Florida – Top US criminal attorney Ralph Behr is pleased to announce the release and immediate availability of his iPhone/iPad book Say No to Police. Using 21st century e-book functionalities the app puts at fingertips hundreds of one paragraph criminal law concepts. This new app is available for Apple and Android devices, makes simple what was complex and answers every legal question at the touch of a finger.
Posted by Press Releases | Jul 23, 2010 | Comments 0
Orem, Utah – Juicy Development announced today the release of an iPhone iOS4 version of popular iPhone and iPod touch application, Police Scanner 2. This critically acclaimed iPhone application allows users to listen to police, fire, and EMS activities around the world.
Posted by Jay Krishnaswamy | Apr 26, 2010 | Comments 0
Silicon Valley Police have broken into Gizmodo’s editor, Jason Chen. They have confiscated four computers and servers.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Dec 23, 2009 | Comments 1
Tasmanian cops have hardware in their cars that will not only catch pictures of criminals, but upload them to a database, track down any outstanding warrants or other red flags, and update GPS information and location data of where the checks are made. Guess what folks? It’s not by MobileMe. They’ve apparently built their own app for that.