Your city is getting smarter — but maybe not safer

All over the world, cities are putting in new technology to become smart cities. But that doesn’t necessarily mean you will be more secure. We go to one of the world’s…

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The new Furby (Dis)Connect: customers complain about “glitches”

  New owners of the furry robotic toy say they have trouble connecting, updating & more. Elizabeth has a problem with the latest version of the insanely popular 90’s talking…

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Code Red: how the new U.S. cyber attack directive will work

White House lays out color-coded plan to deal with growing threat. A cyber strike team has frozen all connected cars in their tracks. You sit—jammed—on the freeway, hearing report after…

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Will robocops return to patrol at shopping center after incident?

Patrol bot maker pulled the plug after robot was accused of running down a toddler.  The future of robot policing is in limbo after a collision between a toddler and a 300-pound…

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Unlocking your phone after you’re dead—using your fingerprints

Death may not stop police from getting you to unlock your phone from the grave. It is a first for a biometrics lab in Michigan. They are recreating a dead…

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Could Pokemon Go cheaters threaten your cybersecurity?

Some say the rise in “location-spoofing” could lead to more GPS attacks on cell towers, drones and more. It’s not enough to play the game. Some fans of Pokemon Go are cheating their…

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