Security and Spy Gadgets

Thief Proof Your Dog With The Safespot Locking Leash And Collar

Dog theft has been on the rise for the last several years in the U.S, with an estimated 2 million dogs being stolen in 2012.  But a company with the slogan, "You lock your bike, why not your beagle?" is promoting its new Safespot Locking Leash and Collar, so maybe there won't be more dog thefts than bike thefts!

iRobot's First Look Robot Will Give First Responders A Leg Up On Crime

I've a great deal of respect for first responders, but I'd never want their jobs. These men and women flirt with death on a daily basis, dealing with everything from chemical hazards to domestic disputes. It's not an easy job...but thanks to iRobot, it might have just gotten a little easier.

Quantum Based Secure Communication Offers Innovation In Cyber Security

A few years and too many serious incidents later, cyber security is the Achilles’ heel in the Information Technology industry. The communication sector is aggressively looking to evolve and use smarter means to safeguard data and prevent security threats and breaches. A significant amount of R&D is being directed towards next generation models of cyber security and quantum key distribution systems offers critical advances.

New “Final Shout” App Locates Your Lost iPhone

Lost your iPhone again? It won't be gone for long if you've installed the new “Final Shout” app developed by Kentaro Hayashi. Like a drowning swimmer going down for the third time, Final Shout posts your iPhone's location to a specified Facebook, Twitter and/or email account just before the battery runs out.

A Call To Arms – Top Military Products At Russian Expo 2013

Gadget and arms enthusiasts rejoice! The Russian Arms Expo recently unveiled some of the most innovative military technology the world has seen. Here are a few of the creations that may soon be used around the world.

Drones Use Solar Power To Soar In The Sky

Unmanned vehicles have long been powered by traditional energy sources, but now aviation manufacturers hope to harbor the potential from the cosmos to power a revolutionary new type of aircraft.

Drones And Jets – Russia’s Latest New Military Technology Advances

The jets and drones came out to play at Moscow's Innovation Fair. But where will they go next?

New GPS Tracker Technology Designed For Patrol Cop Cars

StarChase has invented a device to simply mark fleeing vehicles rather than engaging n high liability chases.  It's now possible to tag the offender in front of you and catch them a little bit later.  Read more about this new innovation.

CopDots Are New Tool In Property Protection Arsenal

CopDots are the newest tool in the crimefighting arsenal for fast & easy property identification and recovery. Take a look and see why.

Dyson Engineers Make Flying Objects In Their Spare Time

Dyson Inc., which specializes in machines that inhale and exhale, like vacuum cleaners and fans, prides itself on the number of attempts its engineers make to get to perfect.  On average, it's around 5000 prototypes to one finished product.  I don't know how many prototypes went into each of the flying machines created by the Dyson engineers for this year's Challenge Dyson, but they sure came up with some strange-looking ones - all made from Dyson product parts.

Wrap Your Device In A USB Condom Before Using Strange Ports

No, this isn't a euphemism. There's actually a peripheral known as a USB condom; designed to keep you safe when using public USB ports. Designed by, it works by allowing only the power pins of a USB jack to connect - meaning you can charge your devices in even the dirtiest port without fear.

iPhone 5C And 5S Announced

The iPhone 5C and 5S were announced today by Apple, providing a number of new features such as the A7 processor, fingerprint scanner, a better camera and the latest iOS 7.

The Esky Mini HD Camera Pen -- I Suspect James Bond Would Like This; Product Review

I'm not sure exactly what situation I would find myself in where I would need the Esky Mini HD Camera Pen... but I want one, just in case.  I dunno... Ninjas or something?  Or maybe because there's a monster in my closet...

Restore The Fourth

This year, the Fourth of July celebrations take a special importance for those who care about privacy and want to protest the NSA surveillance exposed in recent leaks.

Rethinking The Cloud In A Surveillance State

With the recent NSA surveillance leaks, is the cloud still such a great solution for businesses in order to store their emails, documents and contacts? When it's your turn to come up with that next great invention, will you host your own data?