Tech companies compete for TSA windfall

01/26/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A $1 billion pot of stimulus money earmarked for airport security has set off a "gold rush" in the technology sector, the Los Angeles Times reports. Among the possible winners: Syagen Technology, maker of a next-generation "puffer" machine, and IDO Security, whose Magshoe explosive-detection mats allow passengers to keep their shoes on during screening.

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