— The first commercial, free webcam that has arrived in Newport News since the end of the World War II era is a $300 device that’s been on the market since March.
It’s called the Ocean City webcam, and it’s the latest step in the evolution of an Internet connection that’s revolutionized the way people and businesses connect with each other.
Ocean City has been in the news recently because of its role in the arrest of a suspected shooter who was accused of killing a security guard in 2012.
The security guard was shot in the leg and killed.
The Ocean City video is available for $150 to $200 a month and can be accessed by the public through an application called iStream.
It can be downloaded from the iStream website or by visiting www.iStream.com.
The company says the webcam is ideal for families to have a secure connection to their children and pets, as well as the public.
The Newport News webcam offers a free internet connection and the ability to stream the content of the video to a mobile device.
It has been built for use with older devices and has no hardware or software to connect to an internet connection, according to Ocean City CEO James B. Jones.
Jones says the device, which costs $300, is designed to be a great first step for the city, which has an aging population and is struggling to attract new residents to Newport News.
It’s designed to provide access to the city and the surrounding area, he said.
“Ocean City is excited to be able to offer the most affordable, secure and flexible webcam experience to our customers and the community,” Jones said in a statement.
“The Newport City webcam is designed for anyone who wants a secure, secure connection for their digital life.
It is also a fantastic way for Ocean City to be at the forefront of digital security and the technology that will help protect our citizens and visitors.”
Ocean City offers a variety of different webcamps, but the Ocean city webcam is specifically designed for those seeking to avoid the cost of connecting to a public internet connection.
The Ocean City webcamp will have a wireless connection, but that connection will be limited to a limited number of users.
There will be no software to run.
The device will be powered by a power bank.
A total of 16 different devices will be available for purchase in the city starting Monday.
For more information on the devices, visit www.
OceanCity.com/laptop, or call (804) 565-8976.