After the 2001 attacks, companies began looking for new ways to make their workers feel safe. Keycards and ID badges took off.
The pandemic likely saved money for the Secret Service budget during the 2020 campaign.
Traveling will look very different during the COVID-19 pandemic.
"From a business perspective, it's terrifying," said one attorney.
Some tenants prefer to keep their apartments dumb.
A bug in Apple’s FaceTime, news of which filled social media channels and tech news sites this week, could have allowed a caller to listen to the audio from an iPhone she or he is calling, even before the person at the other end of the line had accepted or rejected the call. Apple is […]
They might be recording a lot more than who's at the front door.
A software glitch left private data of more than 496,000 users of the social media network open to potential misuse.
Questions loom about the new technology, like whether it has potential to keep travelers safe, or if it's just security theater.
How does the technology work, and what does it offer beyond the old stand by — a set of human eyes?