The Baltimore police union launches an effort to raise money for legal fees, but the fund-raising site says no go. It's the latest campaign involving alleged police misconduct that's been shuttered.
The past year of debate and strife in cities nationwide has pushed law enforcement agencies to begin adopting body cameras. The result: shares of body camera makers are soaring.
Speedy delivery service is becoming a highly sought niche in the consumer market, with Amazon, Google, Uber and others jumping into the fray.
Technically Incorrect: A man in Maryland allegedly points a gun at a store clerk and, after police give chase, he's found in the back of an Uber car.
The e-commerce giant jumps into the gig economy with the new program called Amazon Flex. The service starts in Seattle.
Connected apparel "isn't far away," says Robin Thurston, chief digital officer of the fitness apparel and accessories company.
Technically Incorrect: An Australian computer repair store owner is holding his lunch when it goes bang. Tempered glass can do that.
A little girl born with a rare medical condition throws out the first pitch at the Baltimore Orioles game on Monday thanks to a 3D-printed hand designed and printed by UNLV students.
Technically Incorrect: In Maryland, law enforcement arrests two men who were allegedly planning to drop all sorts of contraband into jails.
At first, we were shocked to hear director James Cameron wasn't overly excited about virtual-reality headsets like the Oculus Rift, but after talking it out, we think we have an idea why he's not so keen on the technology.