Strava inadvertently revealed the location, layout and staffing of secret U.S. military bases.
Edward Snowden has taken a break from exposing government secrets to create a security app.
The government could spend the millions protecting Education Secretary Betsy DeVos with a special U.S. marshals service.
Four men were arrested over the weekend over an alleged plot to place a bomb on a plane.
Scientists have created holograms that can change from one image to another by stretching it.
The U.K. has been on 'severe alert' since 2014, meaning an attack is highly likely.
Beware Spider-Man, these people can catch criminals without a web.
John Sawers and Jonathan Evans write that a withdrawal vote would hurt the EU and leave Britain vulnerable.
The FBI is on the scene after the Spirit Airlines flight was recalled before takeoff at BWI airport.
London schoolgirls' flight to Syria shows the failure of anti-piracy-style 'cat and mouse' monitoring of social media.
Unwelcome Pepsi advertisements interrupt movie-watchers programming.
British prime minister David Cameron was aggressively ‘shoved’ by a jogger in a serious security breach as he left a meeting in Leeds today.
Assessing the current climate, we may have reached the age of mobile payments.
His speech was punctuated with “I don’t know” and “I haven’t thought about it.”
Experiment exposes the risk of accessing public Wi-fi
Prime Minister David Cameron said the law was necessary following a European Court ruling that made current practices illegal
Russian forces are on high alert to head off possible militant attacks at the Winter Olympic Games, which begin on Friday