Technically Incorrect: Wuchang University of Technology in China believes that it must monitor its students at all times, so that they become great techies.
A new patch for the team-based shooter arrives this week on PC and consoles, bringing new features, balance tweaks, and bug fixes.
To ease congestions in its bigger cities, a Chinese firm has shown off a concept for a bus that drives over the traffic.
Technically Incorrect: British police release CCTV footage of a man rolling into a store and allegedly stealing a crate of energy drinks.
In a bid to make our city streets more connected, the government wants to put Wi-Fi in lamp posts and CCTV cameras.
A thief reportedly reaches up to steal a closed-circuit TV camera, not stopping to think that the camera might be taking pictures of him.
A CCTV operator tells a policeman he sees a man behaving suspiciously. The policeman goes in hot pursuit. Unfortunately, the man behaving suspiciously is actually the policeman.
Computer graphics can turn dance, or any body motion, into gorgeous artistic patterns, as seen in this vid for CCTV.
With the topical focus on one human spying on another, authorities in the U.K. believe new laws may be necessary to prevent people from filming their neighbors using their CCTV security systems.
A few days ago, a woman texting her lover fell into a canal in Birmingham, England. Now a CCTV video emerges to prove that it was funny. (Or scary, depending on your heart.)