Michigan State University scientists say their latest robot fish can glide almost forever, using little to no energy, while gathering data on water quality.
Anyone foolhardy enough to download content from file-sharing service BitTorrent is likely to find their activity's being monitored within hours.
The owner of Pastebin - long used by hackers to dump leaked data - has said he plans to start hiring staff to examine the site for dodgy content.
The FBI is considering continuously monitoring all social media sites on a global basis, and is looking for help.
California company GTX is now shipping shoes with built-in GPS, designed to monitor the whereabouts of Alzheimer's patients.
Google's agreed to have its privacy practices monitored for the next 20 years, as part of a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
Scientists at la Universidad Carlos III de Madrid have developed an 'intelligent' T-shirt that monitors people's vital signs and tracks their position.
China's ordering bars, cafes and other places offering free Wifi access to monitor their customers' online activities, according to state media.
We've all been warned that careless Facebook posting could jeopardize our employment prospects. Let's face it, who's going to hire you after they've seen that photo of you last New Year's Eve?
Americans are far more concerned about companies monitoring their internet activity than about government doing the same thing.
It's a little on the bijou side - but a research team has created an energy-efficient dolls' house which can send alerts if its residents are ill.
With widespread pessimism about the outcome of the Cancun climate summit this week, there's already one good thing that's come out of it - from Google.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) calls it a system that is cleaner, more efficient, reliable, resilient and responsive. We call it the smart grid.
The vast majority of parents monitor their kids' social networking accounts regularly, according to a survey from privacy group Truste.
An EU-funded project has developed a computer system that can read people's body language and react accordingly.
The National Security Agency has denied that it's planning to monitor communications on infrastructure networks such as those for the electricity grid and nuclear power plants.