The codebreaker and computer pioneer was convicted in 1952, which resulted in him losing security clearance and he was given the choice of jail or chemical castration. A 2013 pardon is merely posturing.
The tech giant announces the creation of services to help corporations use big data in the battle against white-collar crime.
The Queensland police will be using the CSIRO's Zebedee scanner to map crime scenes in 3D.
iPhone app Red Handed provides a platform where you can film and post live videos of any crime you see occurring around you.
A study with implications for forensics shows that images reflected in bystanders' eyes could yield useful information, despite their low resolution.
California-based Knightscope has designed a 5-foot-tall, 300-pound automaton called the K5 to combat crime and provide for public safety. Oh yeah, and it'll work for just $6.25 an hour.
The NYPD says Apple product resale values are so high that organized crime rings can't get enough of them. The force is asking pawnshops to keep electronic records of all iPhones they purchase.
Make-A-Wish Foundation transforms San Francisco into Gotham City for a day, and Batkid saves the day.
The International Committee of the Red Cross looks to work with makers of realistic war video games to build in consequences for war crimes.
Lawmakers on the island of Grenada are tired of online "mischief." So they've banned it. How might this affect the nation's discourse?