The “StingRay” provides precise location information, which four courts have now ruled is a Fourth Amendment violation unless police obtain a warrant.
The phone app that alerts you to crime nearby, and allows you to livestream it, has gained more venture capital backing and is launching in its second market.
The Senate hears emotional, and theoretical, testimony about a bill amending the Communications Decency Act, hoping to curtail online sex trafficking. Tech companies fear it will have large unintended consequences.
Steven Pirus of Madison, Wisc., faces charges of first-degree intentional homicide, reckless endangerment and arson.
Internet giants such as Google and Facebook oppose changing a law aimed at reducing online child sex trafficking, saying it would have other negative effects.
Police haven't said how the teen died in that freezer, but video helps stitch together the events of that grim day.
Kenneka L. Jenkins, 19, was found dead just after midnight Sunday inside an industrial walk-in freezer at the Crowne Plaza hotel in Rosemont, Ill.
State court judge reportedly found jewelry in a Walmart parking lot, then became angry when a clerk wouldn't give him a receipt for it.
A task force of investigators is launched in Houston to combat the coming wave of fraud, and cycles of scams are expected there and in Florida.
Matthew Phelps was arrested and charged with murder, police said.