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taser

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Customs seize haul of iPhone-shaped Tasers

Australian Customs and Police have netted a massive illegal weapons haul, arresting a Victorian man for importing 6,000 weapons, including hundreds of iPhone-shaped Tasers.

By May 4, 2014

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Police on Apple store tasering: It was 'justified'

After reviewing an incident in which a 44-year-old woman was tasered for allegedly refusing to leave an Apple store, police conclude the act was "justified and appropriate."

By December 14, 2012

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Woman Tasered after trying to buy too many iPhones

A woman trying to buy too many iPhones at a New Hampshire Apple store and ends up being Tasered by police outside the store.

By December 12, 2012

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Studies show how tasers can do more than stun

Two new research papers highlight potential dangers of firing Tasers at the chest or head.

By May 2, 2012

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Now parking enforcement to wear body cameras?

Miami Beach proposes that many city officials, including building inspectors, should wear cameras.

By August 23, 2014

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Tasers--an officer's weapon of choice, '60 Minutes' reports

The Taser may seem like the perfect law enforcement tool, but "60 Minutes" reports that a recent study finds some officers may be too quick to use the popular stun guns.

By November 14, 2011

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Samsung's lovely 'baby in car chase with vacuum cleaner' ad

To promote its Motion Sync Vacuum Cleaner, Samsung gets a baby to do the impossible. Or apparently impossible.

By August 19, 2013

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Hands-on with the Taser shotgun

The highlight of the company's new range is a shotgun with self-contained bullets of electrical agony.

By January 10, 2011

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Hands-on with the Taser shotgun, and other non-lethal fun

Geeks love electricity and guns, so, when a company brings both together and paints the result bright yellow, we can't help but get excited.

9 Images By January 9, 2011

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Is Taser's phone-monitoring product overparenting?

Taser International has announced a product that will allow parents to eavesdrop on their kids' phone calls, texts, and e-mail. For most families, says Larry Magid, it could be overparenting.

By January 12, 2010