It's totally fine if some unknown Russian of questionable intent has your theoretically-secure personal data. Totally fiiine.
The world’s largest eight tech companies join together to to battle against the NSA’s nasty little spying habits.
If you hadn't noticed, the U.S. government loves spying. So Lockheed Martin decided to kick things up a notch by offering a surveillance system that fits inside of a rock.
With just a plastic box and some over-the-counter sensors, a man has created an NSA-like spying device.
Where's Snowden when we need him? Oh, that's right, Russia.
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.
Security, both online and in real life, is something that can always be improved. One of those recent improvements, for online heath, is a remote access machine that looks like one of the most common office tools there is: a surge protector.
We thought smart dust was a mere fantasy of science fiction and spycraft, but now HP says it will start installing the miniature eavesdropping devices within two years. What will they monitor? Well, everything, according to HP. The company plans...
Japanese cellphone maker KDDI has announced a new phone that should be immediately unpopular to anyone with half a brain: it monitors your movements and can tell when you're slacking off. The phone, which you wear on your wrist, actually,...
A Wisconsin court ruled late last week that police can now secretly attach a GPS tracking device (like the one pictured above) to your car without a warrant. They can then track your comings and goings without your knowledge, building...