In a yearlong trial in London, 500 cameras will routinely collect evidence about public order and domestic abuse incidents.
A new law, set to take affect August 1, will require offenders to identify themselves on their social media, with harsh penalties if shirked.
Government's new e-initiative sends male guardians a text message whenever "their" women leave the country.
Seattle is looking at high tech acoustic detection to pinpoint the locations of gunshots.
New software could tell Washington exactly what social network users are really thinking, collectively.
It's the first time that Twitter has acted on a policy it established back in January known as "country withheld content."
A pioneering codebreaker has been given a posthumous royal pardon.