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After Kennys home gets robbed, Kenny works with the police to catch the thief. It is a game of cat and mouse as the burglar tries his best to run...
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Technically Incorrect: Two Utah teens allegedly steal ice cream from a truck and then offer the action up to a live audience.
Technically Incorrect: Australian police decide that their Twitter feed is the place to amuse followers after a house search.
We examined claims that popular wireless security kits come with new vulnerabilities.
CentraLite sells home automation hardware to third-parties and now, it's partnering with Lowe's Iris.
A Kansas man stands accused of burglary. The owner of one home believes he used a very simple method of determining when she and her son were home -- a GPS device on their cars.
A man who dressed as Batman and delivered a wanted man to his local cop shop has now been arrested for burglary — and his accomplice is the same man he took in to the police last month.
Video service says burglars stole hard drives containing sensitive personal information, including names, e-mail addresses, phone numbers, and some credit card information.
It's an odd thing to do -- checking your Facebook profile at home you've allegedly broken into. But that's what a Minnesota man is said to have done.
A security bypass demonstrated at the BlackHat conference in July appears to have been utilized in at least one burglary, Forbes reports.
With a doorbell camera, glass-break sensor, and plug-in automation module joining the lineup, this fee-free DIY security system is set to get even smarter in 2014.