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The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority is testing a new technology to detect videos that are being played back on a mobile device.

A system that uses a camera embedded in the device to detect video plays back video on a display that displays the time and duration of the video.

The system has been in use since last October, according to the WMATA, and is supposed to last for a year or more.

The video detector is similar to an iPhone or Android app that can detect videos on a smartphone and can be used to control the playback of those videos.

In some cases, the device can be connected to a video player to turn on or off the video playback.

It’s designed to be used by people who have been victims of a violent crime.

“Our goal is to make it as easy as possible for people to access the data and understand what it means,” the WMATA said in a statement.

“We’re going to use the technology to help us protect our neighborhoods and communities.”

The device is not being tested by WMATA in the Washington area, but is being tested in other areas.

The Washington State Patrol has a similar device, but the Washington State Department of Transportation has not tested it.

The device could be useful for the Washington Police Department or the National Guard, as well as law enforcement agencies in other cities.

The technology is being developed by a company called Xtreme.

Xtremes chief executive, Paul O’Neil, told the Associated Press that the device will be used for “safety and security purposes” but that it will be “designed to be easily and quickly configurable for anyone.”

The company said it would not release the name of the device maker.

“I would never disclose a product’s name without a company,” O’Neill said in an interview with the AP.

“That’s the kind of privacy you’re supposed to have.

But it’s a question of how secure the information is.”

In an interview, the chief technology officer of Xtrend, Dan Sturgis, told Reuters that Xtense will provide “the first-ever commercially available video detection system.”