The NYPD and DOD are developing a way to scan people for guns from a safe distance. Can the new system survive the many privacy concerns it’s bound to bring up?
Security & Privacy
A new lawsuit accuses Symantec of fake scans that scare people into buying software they don’t need.
Facebook should have done more to prevent scammers from taking advantage of people desperate to leave Timeline.
From embarrassing photos to lost phones to inebriated texting, learn how to prevent tech-related regrets in the first hours of 2012.
Now Google+ will automatically look for your face in your friends’ pictures—provided all of you opt into the system.
Android has rapidly become the most popular mobile OS and, consequently, the most popular target for malicious software.
Some shoppers looking for Black Friday deals will find a surprise waiting for them at the mall—sensors that track their every move.
Here’s a pro tip: If your password is “password,” it’s probably time to change it.
SplashData, a company that offers a “complete password management and security solution,” culled from data stolen and posted online by …
In the next couple of weeks, Facebook will unleash its most drastic redesign ever. We take a look at how you can help protect your privacy.
Men are more likely than women to be the victims of identity theft on Facebook, but nobody is safe from scammers, especially with the rise of social media on mobile devices.