There's sizable public interest in smart guns, but opponents say the technology isn't yet ready for prime time.
A YouTuber known for building famous movie and video game weapons out of Legos re-creates one of gaming's biggest [censored] guns.
Developer DICE knows what you want; everything you loved about the original, minus the frustrations.
Technically Incorrect: An online petition on Change.org claims that constitutional rights are being denied to those who want to bring a gun to the fight for the Republican Party's future. Except the petition is surely humorous.
Chevrolet's Bolt EV is one step closer to production, will it beat Tesla's Model 3 to showrooms?
Technically Incorrect: It turns out the weapon someone reportedly saw being assembled at a New York college was a lightsaber and the situation has been "resolved without incident."
Technically Incorrect: A man and his girlfriend in Washington state are taking selfies with a gun. For one, the man thought the gun was unloaded. It wasn't.
Startups creating smart guns have the creativity and the will, they just need the funding.
This week on Crave, see Twitter's uproarious reaction to Jeb Bush's tweet of a handgun. And is the "Facebook Primary" a real indicator of who the next US president will be?
This week Republican US presidential hopeful Jeb Bush made Twitter waves on the campaign trail when his official Twitter account posted an image of a gun with his name engraved on it, along with the simple caption "America."