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Two companies say they have perfected a method of using beamed lasers to power a small flying device for more than 12 hours. The so-called quadrocopter can be used by law enforcement.
SiOnyx raises $12.5 million to commercialize semiconductor technology which treats silicon so it can capture more light for solar and imaging applications.
Pioneer's prototype head-up display uses lasers to project full-color images onto transparent surfaces.
AT&T announces the Pantech Laser, which is supposedly the thinnest messaging phone the carrier has ever offered.
The ML-1665 is one of the most compact lasers on the planet. Just be prepared for toner-cartridge sticker shock, unless you go the refill route.
This week, a heated argument breaks out over the cable TV regulatory landscape (we're sure you were just thinking about that as well). Plus, check out footage of a new laser weapon ready for use at LA County jails, and groove to some live music.
A fiber-based laser technology called BeamPath, commonly used to treat head and neck cancers, may reduce the risk of damaging the nerves necessary for erections in prostate cancer patients.
A new Jersey company is presenting a blinding alternative to tasers--a gun that emits a green light at suspects and causes them to temporarily lose their sight.
Raytheon shows the world how it used a high-powered laser, combined with a Phalanx Close-in weapon system, to shoot four down unmanned aerial vehicles.