The wearables industry shows signs of expanding beyond wristbands. CNET's Sumi Das takes a look at the best devices from the Wearable Technologies Conference in San Francisco.
The motion-detection system aims to catch people crossing the border between the two Koreas, says Kotaku.
According to a Reuters report, there appear to be guards monitoring at least one stop where a private bus picks up Google employees, in response to recent protests.
CNET and others have asked the US Coast Guard for details about Google's mystery structure in the San Francisco Bay, to no avail. The Coast Guard now says why it's staying mum.
In a world that values data mining over privacy protections, the new MaskMe tool restores your ability to use the Internet without compromising your identity.
A new rash guard shirt takes an unusual approach to warding off sharks by making the wearer look like a venomous sea creature.
New nanotechnology from DryWired promises to seal up phones and tablets, guarding them from liquid harm.
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A small 15th-century chapel in the south-west of France boasts, as gargoyles, Ridley Scott's Alien, Gizmo and a gremlin.
Debuting a working version at CES, iSmart Alarm is looking to take home security out of the hands of security companies and put it into the hands of your iPhone.
Get weather alerts during serious storms, or crank tunes under the sun while charging mobile devices.