A judge in New Jersey has recently ruled that it's totally okay and perfectly legal to use GPS tracking devices to track down your cheating spouse. Using technology to uncover infidelity! Just like we imagined all along.
Here's some satisfying news for disgraced pedophiles: After a robust career playing "candid camera" with sexual deviants, To Catch a Predator host Chris Hansen has apparently been caught making sweet extramarital deviance to a woman 21 years his junior.
As soon as the team took to the pitch, they were bombarded with lasers to the point where they literally walked off in the 54th minute. No, this wasn't Tron, dear readers, it was a soccer match. With laser pens!
Click to viewFlorida's gubernatorial race has been too tight to call, which is why CNN brought the two candidates on for a debate last night. During which Democrat Alex Sink was busted, on camera, for receiving an illicit text from her campaign.
Now, I've walked around this maze before so know how tough it is, but cheating using your cellphone's GPS? You may as well stay at home playing GTA or something.
This is a very, very bad thing Lexicon did. And thanks to the super sleuths at Audioholics, they got very, very caught.
An SMS-savvy Finnish Foreign Minister has joined former New York governor Eliot Spitzer in the "thinks with the wrong head" club this week. The 60-year-old Ilkka Kanerva was discovered to have sent more than 200 text messages to an exotic dancer named Johanna Tukiainen, 29. And her sister! Despite the fact that…
Microsoft justice is cold but apt. If you tried to goose your Xbox Live Gamerscore to match Chen's (he's an achievement demon, but I still rock his face at Halo) with game save hacks, the long arm of Microsoft is squeezing your nuts right about now. To start, they're nuking your Gamerscore, and you can't go back and…
Select China universities will begin blocking cell phone signals inside classrooms, specifically exam halls to stop the cheating menaces of the world. Cheating has become a high-tech problem, with students using cellphones and other portable electronic devices to gain an unfair advantage while taking tests.