The past year of debate and strife in cities nationwide has pushed law enforcement agencies to begin adopting body cameras. The result: shares of body camera makers are soaring.
Technically Incorrect: A man wants to use his microcopter to enhance his enjoyment of a rising lave lake. The local ranger isn't amused.
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.
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."
A woman trying to buy too many iPhones at a New Hampshire Apple store and ends up being Tasered by police outside the store.
Two new research papers highlight potential dangers of firing Tasers at the chest or head.
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.
The highlight of the company's new range is a shotgun with self-contained bullets of electrical agony.
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.
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.