While American police struggle to equip officers with body cameras, Dubai's police continue to drift further into the future and make the world's authorities red with envy.
The Dubai Police have begun training crews to ride Hoversurf's S3 2019
Before we get into this deals round up, we are going to just put it out there in the open. There are advent calendars in this list. Yes we know there are 53 days until Christmas and it's not really acceptable to go there yet, but it's less than a
Amazon’s facial recognition technology, Rekognition, continues to cause controversy.
In documents recently obtained by BuzzFeed News, we now have a behind-the-scenes look at how Orlando police have been using the technology. After the city let
A baby kangaroo is safe, thanks to the quick actions of two Australian police officers who waded into the surf to pull the young marsupial from the waves.
The rescue happened Saturday afternoon at Safety Beach in Victoria, where local police
Your iPhone just got a little more secure — assuming you've updated to iOS 12, that is.
Following reports earlier this summer that Apple planned to release a software update that would combat the phone-hacking device, sometimes used by
When cops put out a photo of a suspect, it's often difficult to remember what they look like.
You won't need to worry so much with this guy police are looking for in relation to an alleged theft in Blackpool, UK, because he looks pretty familiar.
It's very likely that alleged sexual assaulter Brett Kavanaugh will be confirmed on Saturday as a U.S. Supreme Court judge. The #resistance is having none of that noise.
With hours to go before the Saturday afternoon Senate vote, protesters gathered
Thanks to Alison Ettel, aka #PermitPatty, we can add selling bottled water without a permit to the list of things black people can't do in America without having the cops called on them.
Ettel became the subject of viral outrage Saturday when
Score one for privacy.
Apple intends to update its iOS with a new feature that will make it significantly more difficult for law enforcement agencies to access data on locked iPhones. While we learned last month that something similar was in
Amazon has some explaining to do.
The online retail giant has been caught providing facial recognition technology to law enforcement in Oregon and Orlando, according to documents obtained by the American Civil Liberties Union through a Freedom of
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