Militarizing the police just went up a notch in North Dakota where drones are permitted to use rubber bullets, pepper spray, tear gas, and Tasers.
Technology like thermal imaging and night vision are being used to search for escaped felons Richard Matt and David Sweat.
In the realm of law enforcement, iris recognition could be used to identify suspects at a long range in various lighting conditions.
The Range-R device is being used by police departments, FBI and the U.S. Marshal Service.
In South Korea anyone selling an unregistered bluetooth-enabled selfie stick could face a $27K fine or up to three years in prison.
A second version of the Silk Road online black market bazaar has been seized.
Police will likely continue using tactics to keep protestors under control.
Polish scientists are working on a new method to detect drunk drivers. This time, instead of driver's walking a straight line, a laser zaps your car and sniffs out any alcohol fumes. Is the system ready now to get drunks off the road?
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