What Lies Ahead for Guyana’s New Oil and Gas Deposits?
More Details The government of President David Granger is expected to unveil a legal framework for the Guyana’s oil sector in the first half of this year, Raúl Gallegos writes below In January, oil giants ExxonMobil and Hess announced they had drilled a deepwater exploration well that strongly suggests the seafloor beneath Guyana’s coastal waters holds one of the largest oil and natural-gas discoveries in recent years. The recent find could double the initial 2015 discovery in the offshore Liza field to 1.4 billion barrels of oil mixed with natural gas. Oil companies have reportedly only explored two potential Guyanese offshore oil fields out of 20, in part due to overlapping claims with Venezuela related to…
How to Avoid False Alarm Response Fees
Did you know that you can be charged by the City of Santa Clarita for false alarm responses? Around 15% of calls to the police in Santa Clarita are false alarms. The City of Santa Clarita will resp…
Oculus VR founder reportedly planning a new border security start-up
Company focused on developing surveillance technology that could be used along national borders
7 Unusual Home Security Tips You Probably Didn’t Know
A burglar who tries hard enough may find a way around the standard home security measures. In case that happens, here are some unusual home security tips.
Not just Boston: Why no one wants to host the Olympics anymore
Hosting the Olympics ain't what it used to be -- so what does the future hold for one of humanity's great sporting spectacles?
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Idaho man’s pet squirrel goes ‘nuts’ on burglar
MERIDIAN, Idaho — Many homeowners have dogs for protection, but an Idaho man’s unusual pet proved to be just as effective when fending off a burglar. Adam Pearl walked into his home on Tuesday and quickly realized something was wrong, KIVI-TV reports. "I came in the front door and I saw snow prints out in the front driveway going to the back of the house so I thought something was awry because no one usually goes through the yard,” Pearl said.
Why KRACK could hit your smart home's Wi-Fi the hardest
Wi-Fi connected devices and appliances are ideal targets for hackers, thanks to the KRACK exploit.