The Oakland Raiders are increasing security for this Sunday’s game against the San Francisco 49ers at O.co Coliseum.
Google is introducing a new technology that will do away with those tricky CAPTCHA forms that make you type in codes that are barely legible to prove you’re an actual human being.
A few wrong computer clicks could land you in trouble this holiday shopping season.
Retail Profiling Lawsuits: Businesses Would Rather Lose Merchandise Than Detain Potential Shoplifters
Retailers lose $45 billion dollars annually to theft, about $10 billion of that to shoplifting. Yet the last thing stores may want to do is catch a thief.
WhatsApp, the globally popular instant messaging system owned by Facebook, has begun using a powerful new encryption program aimed at protecting users’ conversations from unwanted surveillance and snooping.
Thieves are employing high-tech key making tools to break into old school security and commit crime.
Tiburon’s police chief said he believes cities and counties should include the public in any decision to place surveillance cameras on roadways or in public spaces.
BART is planning a grand-opening celebration this Saturday for its long-awaited connector between Coliseum Station and the Oakland Airport, but the current AirBART drivers are worried about their jobs.
Cameras will soon be taking pictures of your license plates when you enter or leave Belvedere.
Security cameras can help people keep a watchful eye on their homes when they’re away, but a new website shows that very camera may be letting others sneak a peek inside.