Don't try tampering with Boeing's new "Black" phone, cover your webcam to avoid government spies, and meet the Moov fitness coaching tracker.
The U.S. military is giving big bucks to IBM, Xerox, and others to develop "Mission Impossible"-style tech that explodes or decomposes once it's served its purpose.
This free app will help you send private, self-destructing messages to fellow iPhone users.
Like a Snapchat-for-adults, Wickr 2.0 throws some fun usability features and a new interface over its unusually high encryption and deletion standards.
Golfer Lee Westwood apologizes after a series of hissing tweets at pesterers. Days before, famous porn professor and male feminist Hugo Schwyzer uses Twitter to admit he's a fraud. Why on Twitter?
Like a "Mission Impossible" tape, e-mails could disintegrate before unauthorized eyes get a chance to view them, according to an AT&T patent application.
How do you send personal or silly messages while sitting at your work computer? A new browser app offers Snapchat-like "off the record" messaging.
Chair designed for global project brings the concept of digital rights management into the physical world.
The updated Android app, which was available in private beta for a short period of time, delivers video messages.
After Flame was exposed publicly and partially compromised, the malware's authors apparently retained enough control to make it almost disappear.