Well, this is unsettling. Apparently, ever since this summer's iOS 4 release, iPhones have been quietly tracking your location at all times, logging that info in an unencrypted file that anyone can access. Yikes.
Toshiba's 2.5-inch MKxx61GSYG might sound like your average number/letter hard drive, but it's actually not that generic. The drive can self-encrypt and auto-erase itself, under special conditions.
Need a little bit of help standing up to a repressive foreign government? The U.S. State Department probably isn't going to give you an airdrop of heavy weapons, but they are thinking about providing an app for your cellphone to help inform (and protect) all your activist friends when you get hauled off for interrogation.
A Master Lock combination lock, like you probably had on your locker in high school, has 64,000 different possible combinations. This sounds like a lot, but to a robotic lock cracker with an infinite amount of patience, no locks are safe.
The arena of biometrics has just taken security to the next level with a new method of identifying an individual's unique hand characteristics without even making contact.
If those TSA body scanners make you uncomfortable, don't worry. The next generation scanning systems won't be able to see you naked, instead they may simply be filled with teams of super smart explosive-sniffing mice.
Just because China is the hottest new number two economy doesn't mean the country's rep as a counterfeit goods hub has improved, which is why Fujifilm's latest innovation is a welcome arrival.
Are you really, really worried about getting your pocket picked? Well, the Dunhill Biometric Wallet will make sure your cash and credit cards are always secure.
One of the more unsettling developments in recent internet history is that advertisers now semi-secretly track you, in great detail, across all websites. It's creepy! But if you use Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, you can now block that from happening.
In this age of laptops and tablets and smartphones, there's a good chance a lot of folks wouldn't know where to stick something like NZXT's USB Bunker. Ten years ago, though, I would have loved something like this when I went to a LAN party where I didn't know everyone.