While most of the general public would turn rubber-neck upon hearing sirens and car alarms, these folks just use them to dance to the beat in fitness classes. It isn’t the most common sight in the world, but, um, I’ve done it before, too.
U.S. Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., will become chairman of a key U.S. House committee should Republicans take control. Issa's previous public protection gig: Launching the Viper car alarm in the '80s, using his voice for the "STAND BACK" warning.
Ever wonder how all the remote openers in the world don't set each other off on a regular basis? It all has to do with the mysterious KeeLoq security system, made by Microchip Technology. The system is used by quite a few automakers in their remote keyfobs and in garage door openers to keep things secure. Well, the…