A bleeping, blooping trash can has never before been so alert, at least not in our galaxy.
With popular services and privacy dying off, maybe the internet could use a change.
Does UniKey's Kevo Kwikset touch deadbolt work reliably and securely? Physically, yes. Emotionally. . .
'Hack' might not really be the proper term for this DIY technique, and it's not as big of a deal as you might think.
Using lasers to detect bombs could lead to faster and more efficient security checkpoints for passengers and luggage.
With just a plastic box and some over-the-counter sensors, a man has created an NSA-like spying device.
It's called the Robotic Reconfigurable Button Basher, and it can do what people won't: try out every numeric combination that might be locking your Android.
Scientists have released a study showing that if eye-tracking were actually user-friendly, there would be no more need for passwords.
Forget memorizing complex strings of letters and numbers based on your dead dog's favorite birthday: soon, you'll access all your data simply by being you.
DNA spray can mark criminals at the crime scene with a specific genetic sequence for later identification.