Star investor Ron Conway is among those behind a series of $1 million challenges aimed at using technology to improve gun safety. The key? Find ways to make sure only guns' owners are able to fire them.
At SXSW, a Texas company offers the Chaotic Unmanned Personal Intercept Drone. Yes, it's CUPID, not with a bow and arrow, but with a powerful stun gun.
No joke: Stephen Colbert's not a fan of Edward Snowden's whistleblowing, the political satirist tells a packed house at the closing RSA Conference keynote speech.
The Yellow Jacket stun-gun case shows up in a new, improved version for CES. It's got a better design and more oomph for taking out an attacker.
The rubber band gun of your childhood can just quit now. The Rubber Band Machine Gun puts it to shame.
You've thought about this for some time, haven't you? What would it be like to shoot guns wearing Google Glass? Here's your first taste.
Following the tragedy in Newtown, a group of entrepreneurs led by Ron Conway resolved to use technology to help stem gun violence. Their debut effort is an incentive challenge to create smarter, safer firearms.
Legislators vote to renew an expiring ban on plastic firearms that are able to slip past metal detectors and X-ray machines.
If you own, buy, make or sell a 3D-printed gun, you could face 10 years in prison, under updated UK legislation.
The big-screened Nokia phone was due to reach AT&T on November 15, Microsoft claimed on its now defunct preorder page.