Welcome to City of Charleston Police Department's mobile app! In addition to our Facebook and Twitter pages, you can now receive crime,...
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The maker of secretive FinFisher spyware -- sold exclusively to governments and police agencies -- has been hacked, revealing its clients, prices and its effectiveness across an unbelievable span of apps, operating systems and more.
Every Boston city employee from police officers to public school teachers now have a Google Apps account.
A four-week trial of the new Mobile Notices app will be conducted throughout September in New South Wales.
Queensland Police has announced a trial of its in-house-developed app for police services, alongside a preliminary rollout of iPad mini tablets.
The police department will be spending a total of NZ$163.3 million on rolling out smartphones and tablets, which will give officers an additional 520,000 hours to work in the frontline.
Beep beep!Hallo rookie police officer! Welcome to the highway police cops app. Do you like armored vehicles games? Crazy Police cop...
Group chat network aims to raise the efficiency and promptness of crime reporting internally, through sharing of text, photos and video over smartphones.
"Distressed motorists" lost in an Australian national park have blamed Apple's troubled Maps application for misdirecting them.
Welcome little racer boy. Do you like fun car games? Cop car games for little kids is classic highway driving game full of fast vehicles...
Police want to interview an O2 shop assistant after a shipment of iPhone 5s was stolen ahead of the Apple handset going on sale this morning.
The state's dedicated prosecutors now wield iPads, loaded with the latest legal research tool, LexisNexis Red.
Firefighters and police officers will be the emergency app developers of tomorrow, according to Motorola's chief technology officer Paul Steinberg.
San Francisco police said that the department worked with Apple investigators to track down an iPhone prototype. No report was filed though.
Police were present when Apple security officials searched a man's home for a missing iPhone 5 prototype, the San Francisco police have admitted.The acknowledgement on Friday, reported in the newspaper SF Weekly, comes after local police denied having any records of the visit that was revealed by CNET on Wednesday when it broke the news of the missing prototype.
The Australian government will fund the development of a National Emergency smartphone application to help reduce unnecessary calls to triple zero in the event of natural disasters.
News that iPhones and iPads secretly store location on where you've been and when has angered many, but it might help cops to catch crooks.
CPS CIO David Jones discusses Apple iPads in court, the death of paper and a justice cloud...
The two thieves allegedly responsible for a violent break-in at a Sydney Apple Store almost a fortnight ago are still at large, according to the NSW Police Service.
Stakeholders say rating system a la Google's Android Market the way to go for app stores, but local telcos for now still look to filter apps based on official and self-regulation.
Apple told local police that its missing iPhone prototype was so valuable a price could not be placed on it, according to court documents made public Friday.
Governments are unlikely to directly police mobile apps, but those that infringe state department data may get apps pulled, cautions lawyer.
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