Amid a rising tide of rapes and sexual assaults in India, three engineering students devise an electrified undergarment they hope will help protect women from attack.
The Australian Government's Classification Board, which determines ratings on video games and decides if they can be sold in the country, lays down the ruling.
Following the fatal gang rape of a 23-year-old and subsequent calls for better protection of Indian women, the government proposes a gadget that would alert police, send GPS coordinates.
Law enforcement agencies from nearly 50 countries will work together to identify instances of child victimization and bring criminals to justice.
"We're Going to Make Technology Hump" is a touching feature that brings together perfect sexual relations between different gadgets. A Droid and a digital camera, for example. Or an iPad and a Xbox controller.
The woman who filed a suit against Match.com in April after complaining that she was sexually assaulted by a fellow member has settled with the online dating service.
A California woman sues Match.com after an alleged sexual assault by a man she met through the site. She argues that Match.com should have a process to screen out convicted sex offenders.
While stats indicate that Apple is on a warpath against overtly sexual App Store content, apps such as Playboy seem to have been missed by a recent purge.
Company investigation finds Mark Hurd "exhibited a profound lack of judgment," engaging in a relationship with a contractor and approving incorrect expense reimbursement for her. CFO Cathie Lesjak will take over as interim CEO.
It's called Passion and all you need to secure objectivity about your bedroom talents is to open it on your iPhone and strap it to your person while you perform.