Here at the Bell, we're not high on electrical cars.
The Nano has roughly the footprint of a dollar bill, and I think it’s going to allow us to target virtually everything...
The technology uses computer technology to match unique characteristics of individuals against enrolled records. Examples include products that recognize fingerprints, faces, hands, veins, signatures, irises and voices.
It's "the absolute perfect spot in the U.S. government" to centralize efforts toward creating an "identity ecosystem" for the Internet, White House Cybersecurity Coordinator Howard Schmidt said.
The new system will probably hasten the death of traditional passwords. Instead, users may rely on devices such as smartcards with embedded chips, tokens that generate random codes or biometric devices.
Thursday's groundbreaking for a $1.5 billion National Security Agency data center is being billed as important in the short term for construction jobs and important in the long term for Utah's reputation as a technology center.
I wonder how much this will be ignored as California's economy continues to slide into the ocean? When gold and silver are outlawed, only outlaws will have gold and silver.
The Miami-Dade Police Department is poised to become the first large metro force using drones in its aerial missions. The department finalized a deal to buy a drone called T-Hawk from defense firm Honeywell...
Christine Smith's opinion of Walmart's partnership with the DHS.
New figures show 68 schools are now using technology to manage meals, control library books and even allow access to toilets.
What the anti-cash movement really wants is digital totalitarianism: a dystopian nightmare in which the entire human race is enslaved by international corporations and their pet governments.
Mobile application developer, BluePlanet Apps, has announced it is developing a biometric security application for the Android mobile operating system, according to an Android Headlines article.
My family decided to apply for NEXUS cards. NEXUS allows for quick passage across the U.S./Canadian border if you are a model citizen, show oodles of ID, agree to iris scanning and fingerprinting...
The New York Police Department is now using machines to photograph and scan the irises of prisoners as they pass through New York Central Booking. The department claims that this new high-tech ID...
In Iraq and Afghanistan, U.S. troops use handheld devices to take iris scans and thumb prints off of detainees and put them in vast databases to distinguish insurgents from civilians. Now your local cops are...
The United States is stepping up security at "soft targets" like hotels and shopping malls, as well as trains and ports, as it counters the evolving Al-Qaeda threat, a top official said Sunday.
It turns out Orwell and Huxley were both right. Huxley saw the first stage of our enslavement. Orwell saw the second.
he United States is stepping up security at "soft targets" like hotels and shopping malls, as well as trains and ports, as it counters the evolving Al-Qaeda threat, a top official said Sunday.
The high-tech cameras can scan 1,800 plates a minute and run them through crime databases. Some fear the government will use the technology to track innocent people.
According to numerous law enforcement advisories, training manuals, seminars and other literature, the federal government defines political activism, flying American flags, wearing Levi jeans, being nice,... all as signs of domestic terror.
Plan to require fingerprinting to pick up certain prescriptions
Forget the StreetView data vacuum scandal. If an idea proposed for the money hole known as the U.S. Post Office is adopted, your friendly neighborhood postal person may be soon driving a high-tech data collection vehicle that would rival anything Goo
Officials are now suggesting that intelligence programs that analyze individual passenger data be used instead. However what types of information officials plan to collect and analyze is unclear, and such a proposition could be an even worse...
"Hi there - it's me - Snuggly - back to protect you with my warm cuddliness."
Do you remember the good old days the when it used to be illegal for governments to spy on their citizens? I don’t either… but I’m told that it used to be illegal. Oh how times have changed.
Part of Gingrich’s proposal would include establishing an ID card that would track a worker’s legal status.
Sen. Benjamin Cardin, D-Md has introduced a bill that would require the government and the private sector to require minimum cybsersecurity standards for devices that connect to the Internet.
War-torn Afghanistan lacks basic national infrastructure, yet on Sunday the government unveiled plans for a $100 million electronic identification system with cards to be issued to all Afghans within five years.
She's not on the most-wanted list, but yes, the FBI did issue an alert about Barbie. The doll. Apparently, they were simply trying to give law enforcement agencies a heads up -- that the new "Video Girl Barbie" comes with a hidden camera, which could
The New York Civil Liberties Union has sued the state on behalf of a labor department worker who was fired after investigators used a GPS device to track his car and show he falsified his time sheets. Since that 2008 investigation, New York's high