The science behind the lie detector test has been disputed since its creation 90 years ago, so is there any reliable way to tell if someone is lying, asks Dr Geoff Bunn, author of The Truth Machine: A Social History of the Lie Detector.
Want to know how to "'hack" Google like the pros? The NSA has released a book it produced for its workers on how to find intelligence on the web.
On the Internet, information travels in both directions. Here's how you can shield your identity from the spies of cyberspace.
Hide your IP address to avoid tipping off the subject when investigating online by using Tor Browser Bundle. Tor ensures you don't leave a trace of your search.
Data companies are scooping up enormous amounts of information about almost every American. They sell information about whether you're pregnant or divorced or trying to lose weight, about how rich you are and what kinds of cars you have.
A privacy review, intended to 'clarify any misunderstandings that exist' about the controversial unmanned aircraft, comes as concern grows about limited restraints on police use of drones.
Technology is killing the cheater, one PI tells ABC News. Texts, tweets, posted photos can lead to trysts. Social networking sites like Facebook get a bad rap as marriage breakers, allowing us to rapidly reconnect with that high school sweetheart...
New cyberthreats that will emerge in 2014 include the use of Internet-connected devices to carry out physical crimes, including death by device and massive over-the-air theft by 2014
The legal exemption allowing you to unlock your new phone is about to expire.
It can be a scary world out there but with a little bit of preparation and with the assistance of modern day technology, you can now ensure that your online dating experience is a safe one.
In the wake of the Newtown massacre and other tragic shootings over the years, which have led to calls for stricter gun control, the National Rifle Association has remained steadfastlyÂ opposed to a...
A patent for next-generation handcuffs offers a future in which the detained can be zapped directly from their restraints, and even injected with a medication, sedative, irritant, paralytic, or other fine substance.
Dec. 24, 2012 - The smartphone charging kiosk is a welcome addition to many airports and public areas, especially if it means you don't have to carry around a bulky
Scott Ross of Scott Ross Private Investigations about using cell phone tower records and pinging cell phones in civil and criminal matters.