Motorola has made the M500 camera available for pre-order. It automatically captures footage from the backseat of police cars to ensure any incidents are caught on tape for a later review.
The Los Angeles Police Department is pushing its officers to engage in the collection of social media data of civilians including those who are not arrested or accused of a crime.
The Metropolitan police is devising a new system that will allow residents of London to make calls to them via smart speakers. Internally, it said that this could be the beginning of the end for 999.
Facebook has apologized, after a translation provided by its AI led Israeli police to arrest and question a Palestinian man, who they thought was about to launch an attack with his bulldozer.
The South Wales Police deployed vans with facial recognition cameras into major public spaces ahead of the UEFA Champions League final, in order to identify known culprits and prevent crime.
In a recent report by ESET, it was found that Android ransomware attacks have grown significantly in just a year. 'Police' ransomware has been found to be effective in scaring victims into paying up.
A number of Canadian police departments, including those of Vancouver and Edmonton, have admitted to using controversial "stingray" technology to spy on citizens in a number of investigations.
An SUV with roof-mounted licence plate-scanning cameras, crudely disguised as a Google Maps Street View car, was spotted in Philadelphia this week - and the police department has admitted it's theirs.
A police officer in Mountain View, California, pulled over Google's prototype self-driving car for "driving too slowly" in a relatively speedier traffic zone.
A drone carrying 3 kilograms of meth crashed in a supermarket's parking lot a couple of days ago. The Tijuana Police and other authorities have varying views regarding its whereabouts.
Australian police has been left red-faced after its official Twitter account retweeted and favourited porn, with one tweet showing a women in a pair of black furry winter boots and nothing else.
This Monday, Gameloft's Indonesian branch was unexpectedly raided by the police. Why? The police were under the impression that it was a secret illegal online gambling den.
The German police have carried out a massive anti-piracy raid with a considerable amount of storage media confiscated from the suspects of the 121 homes which were raided.
The London police department is testing predictive software that aims to find out who's likely to commit a crime before they actually do it. The tech is supposedly aimed at gangs and gang members.
London's Metropolitan Police has been lobbying the government and tech companies - including Apple and Samsung - to introduce mandatory passwords on all phones sold in the UK, to help reduce theft.
A Microsoft tip-off led to a man being arrested after it discovered child abuse imagery on his OneDrive account, and found that he had tried emailing similar pictures from his live.com email address.
Google, working alongside the Houston police, has taken down a sex offender who was found to have child pornography stored on his computer. Google noticed the illicit images in the offender's inbox.
Nokia paid millions of euros to blackmailers in 2008 who threatened to publish the source code for its Symbian OS - but after it left the money in a parking lot, police lost track of the suspects.
A leaked email, sent by Saskatchewan's RCMP media relations division, has noted that the department received a private message on Facebook alerting them of "human remains" found by an area river.
Police raided a home as part of an investigation into a Twitter parody account that mocked the mayor of Peoria, Illinois, alleging that the account's creator had impersonated a public official.
The New York Police Department is looking to test out Google Glass for its beat officers. Whether this will be a useful crime fighting tool or an invasion of everyone's privacy, only time will tell.
So what really goes on outside 10 Downing Street? Well it turns out that 2 police officers face disciplinary action, over the exchange of hardcore pornography rumored to have been shared on duty
"Apple Picking" has become such a problem that police in New York City have created a new division that is responsible for tracking down and returning stolen Apple products.
The Victorian Police Force has issued a warning to motorists not to trust Apple's Maps app in iOS 6, after some people became stranded in a forest after following directions too closely
The Metropolitan Police in London have issued warnings about potential ransomware attacks on computers, allowing hackers to limit access to your computer unless you cough up some cash.
Technology trialled in the Foothill district of Los Angeles has been showing up the police analysts, surpassing their accuracy at predicting future crimes in areas at risk.
The ability to remotely track a lost of stolen smartphone is great - but it's not 100% accurate, as one man discovered when police broke into his house, following 'Find My iPhone' location data.
Social media may make undercover police work impossible. Keeping identity secret is becoming an impossible task and even if you protect yourself, others can upload pictures of you without a thought.
Police have charged a man under the Computer Misuse Act. Peter David Gibson allegedly carried out hacks against a number of companies as part of hacking collective Anonymous and faces 10 years in jail
Earlier this week the UK police announced that they had arrested a suspected member of hacking group LulzSec. “Topiary” the apparent spokesperson was today charged with conspiracy to carry out a DDOS attack and unauthorised computer...
Whilst LulzSec may now have disbanded, the police are still investigating their actions and have now released a statement announcing they have arrested a prominent LulzSec member under the name of Topiary. Topiary was named as...
Last week we reported that GPS maker TomTom was selling customer data to the police in the Netherlands who were then taking that data and using it to setup speed traps in order to increase...
It seems that living off the grid is becoming more and more difficult with every electronic device apparently monitoring your location and sending information back to the parent company. Today’s privacy breach is courtesy of...
Our phones store a treasure trove of data for not only companies like Google and Apple, but also for law enforcement as well. There are forensic devices available that allow a person to connect a...
According to the Mexican media, a post made on the social networking site, Facebook helped lead authorities to the main suspect in the shooting of the footballer Salvador Cabanas. In January 2010 the Paraguayan footballer...
Google’s South Korean office has been raided after suspicion that the search giant illegally collected information about its users. The investigation is related to Google’s upcoming street view services and specifically states that the collection...
The City of London Police have said there will be no formal investigation of BT over its secret trials of an ad monitoring system. BT trialled the Phorm system - which monitors web browsing...
British police are currently questioning the company in order to determine whether it's trials of Phorm (both past and planned) are actually illegal. This is not the first time that BT have been caught short...
Microsoft has developed a small plug-in device that investigators can use to quickly extract forensic data from computers that may have been used in crimes. The COFEE, which stands for Computer Online Forensic Evidence Extractor,...
In what was described as the largest hacking scam in Canadian history, Quebec provincial police raided several homes across Quebec on Wednesday and arrested 16 people between the ages of 17 and 26. The hacking...