Four students from the NYU Tandon School of Engineering won a city-sponsored design contest to create technology to prevent unauthorized users from firing a gun.
National gun control advocates are going to bat for Phil Murphy, who wants to replace Gov. Chris Christie and get “tough on gun violence.”
In the wake of an article this week highlighting several recently exposed security shortcomings in the German Armatix iP1 pistol, the trade organization for the firearms industry weighed in.
A security researcher who goes by the name “Plore” found multiple ways to defeat the vaunted the Armatix GmbH Smart System and its $1,400 gun.
Next time you’re dry firing and your mind wanders to anything else, consider switching up your practice by introducing one of these variances.
A New York Democrat has introduced a measure to the U.S. House which would require the sale of handguns with authorized user technology.
Arizona’s Republican Gov. Doug Ducey approved a measure Tuesday that would block state or local laws requiring guns to use electronic firearms tracking.
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TASER has developed a new wireless holster sensor that alerts police body cameras when the officer’s gun is drawn, according to a TASER press release.
As 2016 comes to a close, it’s time to look back on the companies and products that made this year unique.