May 16, 2012 -Default passwords and remote viewing allow hackers to view surveillance footage. Researchers create a biosensor that can detect toxicity in real time. The National Council on Crime and Delinquency launches a new Web site. And more.
Apr 05, 2012 -Police training documents show how agencies get into locked phones. Mexico says drug violence can’t bet stopped until the U.S. gets a handle on assault rifles. Talk of LightSquared bankruptcy. And more.
Jun 23, 2011 -An up and coming broadband company is building a network that would make wireless Internet available to everyone in America. Now their plans to connect the entire country are facing criticism from aviation and GPS organizations who say expansion of wireless broadband services shouldn’t trump the importance of safety in aviation and maritime operations. But researchers say more study is needed to determine whether nationwide broadband would really affect transportation safety.
May 24, 2010 -The current pace of technological innovation inside the U.S. military could mean a future where robotic and cyborg insects track the movement of private citizens and humans communicate telepathically, finally putting an end to the belief in real privacy, a scientist hypothesized today.
Jan 08, 2010 -A quick compendium of documents and statements released on the intelligence failures leading up to the botched terrorist attack on Christmas Day as well as the corrective actions necessary to prevent similar attacks in the future.