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TinyCircuits electronics technician Sean Hallstrom (right) demonstrates a application of circuits that control lights on a model rocket during a open house at Canal Place offices on Wednesday, in Akron. University of Akron student Igor Vinograd listens at left. (Phil Masturzo/Akron Beacon Journal)
TinyCircuits founder Ken Burns holds a blue tooth circuit board at his Canal Place offices in Akron. (Phil Masturzo/Akron Beacon Journal)
TinyCircuits founder Ken Burns looks through a circuit panel at his Canal Place offices in Akron. (Phil Masturzo/Akron Beacon Journal)
NEW YORK: More sophisticated cameras. Security robots. Customers feeling shaken by recent attacks at U.S. malls may not notice huge changes — but mall operators are testing and putting in place new technologies and other measures to offer people more protection without intruding too much on their shopping time.