Two-day voting is a blow to the Muslim Brotherhood, which wanted the reinstatement of ousted president Mohammed Morsi.
Six men have been found dead in four abandoned cars.
A new study has found that a huge number of mobile phone applications can put a user’s privacy and security at risk.
A British company has developed a prototype of a device that uses a radio frequency pulse to lock up a car’s engine.
In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing, organizers of this weekend’s Marine Corps Marathon are sparing no expense to make the race a safe one.
A female suicide bomber blew herself up on a city bus in southern Russia on Monday, killing six people and injuring about 30, officials said.
Warning to seniors on Medicare: If someone asks for your personal information for a state insurance exchange under the new health care law, he’s probably a crook. Those exchanges don’t apply to seniors.
Facebook and Yahoo are asking a secret court to allow them to disclose data on national security orders the companies have received under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
In Louisiana, the wife of a former soldier is scaling back on Facebook posts and considering unfriending old acquaintances, worried an innocuous joke or long-lost associate might one day land her in a government probe. In California, a college student encrypts chats and emails, saying he’s not planning anything sinister but shouldn’t have to sweat snoopers. And in Canada, a lawyer is rethinking the data products he uses to ensure his clients’ privacy.
Wounded Warriors won’t need to take off their shoes, jackets or hats when going through airport security.