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2007-01-25 18:00:43

By Chris Bosak, The Hour, Norwalk, Conn. Jan. 25--NORWALK -- It is far more difficult and confusing for investigators to extract potential important information from cell phones than from computers. Perhaps that is why cell phone forensics is only now catching on as a valuable law enforcement tool. Teel Technologies, a new Norwalk company, is at the forefront of the movement in the United States. "Our dedication to cell phone forensics is unparalleled," said company founder Bill...

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This word ultimately comes from the Medieval Latin 'cappa,' cloak.