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Personal safety wearables development and adoption is on the rise with a range of wearable safety devices on the market like Nimb, Revolar and Siren. Their common thread is that they aim to enable the user to get help in situations where their personal safety is at risk by sending an alert to pre-selected friends or family, typically a text message […]
They will be location based for all users.
It was a “serious breach” of the company’s terms.
Keep tabs on your home while you’re away.
Not long ago, a criminal stole my iPhone right out of my hands. This is how I got it back, and what I discovered along the way.
Silk Road fallout engulfs the former CEO of a failed bitcoin exchange.
Bitcoin’s drop following the Silk Road shutdown suggests that illicit activity exerts a non-negligible influence on Bitcoin value.
The underground site Silk Road, infamous for selling illicit drugs and worse, appears to have been seized by the feds.
Marcus Tillman hacked the company’s hiring process to hide in plain sight.
Pay-for-play is alive and well in journalism, and freelance sites are a great cover.
Apple store robberies may not be the crimes of the century, but with the big score in Paris on New Years Eve, they should get consideration for crimes of the year.
The governor of South Carolina says her state has no special responsibility to protect the social security numbers of its taxpayers. The “industry standard,” said Gov. Nikki Haley is to cite how hard it is to protect identities.