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Headphones for the flashy bodyguard look

Below the left earbud on the Swirl 2.0 headphones is a section of wire with a coiled design that makes the wearer look like a secret agent.

By July 20, 2010


Bulletproof blanket seeks to shield kids during school shootings

The bright orange bulletproof Bodyguard Blanket is geared at protecting kids from danger during school shootings or natural disasters.

By June 9, 2014


Warner cut off Netflix to profit from Whitney's death? Not true

Hearsay that Warner Bros. was looking to make a "very large amount of money" on DVD sales of "The Bodyguard" after the singer's death was false.

By February 20, 2012


How 'Facebook page' helped capture Saddam Hussein

U.S. soldiers reportedly used social-networking theory--"the same theory that underpins Facebook"--to locate the one bodyguard with whom Hussein was in contact.

By February 22, 2010


Virtual umbilical cord to your laptop

The "Bodyguard" alerts you when your device strays or is stolen

By January 25, 2007


Richie Rich, your $1 million gold bike has arrived

The most extreme thing about this extreme mountain bike is its extreme price tag. How extreme? A million dollars extreme.

By June 6, 2014


Tumblr boosts security with two-factor authentication

In an effort to deter hackers, the blogging platform introduces added security that requires users to log-in with both a password and cell phone code.

By March 24, 2014


McAfee begins writing blog while hiding from police in Belize

The antivirus software pioneer uses a new blog to criticize authorities and the media while chronicling his attempts to avoid questioning in connection with a murder last week.

By November 18, 2012


Guns, glitz, grime: New Ballad of Gay Tony trailer

A new trailer of Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony trailer was released. The game is scheduled to hit store shelves on October 29, 2009.

By September 2, 2009


Buzz Out Loud 1498: Violent video games ok, "Cars 2" NOT (Podcast)

The U.S. Supreme Court strikes down California's attempt to ban the sale of violent video games to minors, arguing that the current ratings system is enough to let parents make informed decisions about what to buy. Unlike the MPAA's rating system, which led me and my 4-year-old to "Cars 2." Thanks for that, MPAA. Also, LulzSec tucks its puppykicker tail and runs away, but not before hacking a librarian and book-sharing Website. Nice.

By June 27, 2011