Motorola's CEO and head of research at revealed pretty ambitious plans for the company that includes some of the most cutting-edge authentication tech: electronic tattoos and sensor pills.
Officials at Germany's national railway company have announced plans to begin testing drones in order to protect its property from vandals.
A new kind of facial detection system can pick your face out of a crowd and tell if you're bored, distracted, or focused.
UniKey is a Bluetooth 4.0/iPhone app system that let's you open your front door deadbolt lock simply by touching it.
A new add-on truly highlights the power of the iPhone by turning into an all-purpose biometric identity solution.
North Korea has commanded world attention recently with threats of possible missile strikes, but a new infographic reveals just how real or unreal those global threats might be.
A new way to securely log into your computer has been discovered using brain wave patterns based on simply thinking of specific things.
Using social media to spread awareness and protest movements has become the norm, but a new device looks to combine it with GPS, as a kind of security blanket for protesters.
This specially-equipped undergarment wards off attacks with a 3,800kV electric shock, and then sends a text to alert police.
The company has banned obscenity in its passwords, though no one seems to have any idea as to why.