Since biking is growing in popularity, thefts are on the rise. Fortunately, two designers have come up with a clever concept that might just change that stat.
One of the newest products that promises to make our world safer is called the Linear Revolving Door, which works by keeping armed intruders out of buildings.
A group of thieves used the cover of the year-end celebration in Paris to hit an Apple store for one of the biggest computer hauls ever.
Date rape is a serious problem that can be tricky to stop. Sure you could watch your drink like a hawk all night, but realistically it's almost impossible to tell when some creep has spiked your drink with a date rape drug. One solution is this specially treated glassware, which clearly warns you if someone has been fooling around with your beverage.
It seems like the only place you might be able to escape robotic scrutiny would be somewhere far off at sea. Turns out: not true.
We assume that, barring a criminal investigation, our phone and email records are protected from the scrutiny of police officials. But, according to a new report in the New York Times, the New York City Police Department has amassed a vast database of cellphone records logging non-criminal activity.
Next time you see a hot looking store mannequin in the window of your favorite boutique, don't be so sure that it's simply there to entice you in. A new camera equipped mannequin from Italy means that it could actually could be checking you out, rather than the other way around.
If you're the kind of person who likes to hang out in the local Best Buy checking out its big home theater or playing video games without ever actually buying something, new security software could mess up your strategy.
Whatever you think of the Alien prequel Prometheus, it's hard to deny that one of the coolest parts is when the mohawked geologist throws his robotic sensor drones to map the alien ship. Now a company has taken us a step closer to such a reality with a throwable sensor and camera device.
Kim Dotcom is an attention-grabbing machine. His new ploy is to fund free broadband Internet access for his native New Zealand. He aims to win the money in a suit against the U.S. government for the takedown of his site, Megaupload, and then use it for the common good like a digital-age Robin Hood.