Your days of gunning it down the highway with only cop cars in speed traps to worry about are over. A company called Peak Gain System's new CORDON multi-target photo radar system is able to track and identify up to 32 different vehicles across four lanes at once, automatically recording speeders for later fining.
Our vote for the most kickass mayor of the year goes to Arturas Zuokas, mayor of Lithuania's capital Vilnius. How does he handle illegal car parking on bike lanes? By crushing a Mercedes-Benz with a tank.
Someday soon, navigating the information highways of the Internet may be a lot like driving on an actual road. Act reckless or stray outside the lines, and you could have your privileges taken away, or even be forced to attend copyright education classes. It's all in a potential deal being inked by ISPs and the various powers that be.
If you see someone with one of those bad boys above, you probably want to keep your phone as far away from it as possible. That's the UFED Physical Pro, and it's capable of pulling literally everything off your phone, even if you "deleted" it.
We're all familiar with tasers and pepper spray. Now, there's a new non-lethal option to get acquainted with: the "Dazer Laser." It won't leave criminals blind forever, but it will have them seeing green for the few seconds it takes police officers to go in for the tackle.