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Mace is so last century. These days, you're not really lookin' out unless you're packing a C2 stun gun, or now, an Avurt IM-5. This pistol-like device can reportedly launch \"up to five PAVA filled projectiles at attackers up to 40-feet away,\" and will cause an assailant's \"nose, throat, and eyes to

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Joining the growing list of celebrities who can't quit using their cellphones to beat up on others is Foxy Brown, who was recently \"charged with assault and possession of a weapon\" after allegedly hitting a neighbor with her BlackBerry. Of course, this isn't the first time Foxy's temper has flared u

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Joining the growing list of celebrities who can't quit using their cellphones to beat up on others is Foxy Brown, who was recently \"charged with assault and possession of a weapon\" after allegedly hitting a neighbor with her BlackBerry. Of course, this isn't the first time Foxy's temper has flared u

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Just in case fixed sensors all across the country, bomb-sniffing bees, and Bay Area nuke detectors weren't enough to make you rest easy, Homeland Security is cookin' up another safeguard at the expense of privacy. Reportedly, the Department is looking into the idea of \"outfitting cellphones with tin

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Alright folks, you should all be well aware by now that the internet ain't nothin' to mess with, but apparently a few folks in the South Korea area have just learned that the hard way. In what is being called the most severe attack on the web since the barrage of 2002, the same 13 \"root servers\" we

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It looks like scenes from Independence Day and Star Wars may not be so futuristic after all, especially considering Boeing's recent unveiling of its heavily modified (and laser-equipped) 747-400F. Following the recent \"first light\" phase on its ATL-packin' C-130H, the \"airborne laser (ABL) aircraft

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Modern smartphones struggle to eke out a day or two of moderate use as it is without malicious folk tapping into your battery; sadly, researchers at UC Davis have apparently managed to do exactly that, exploiting fundamental flaws in the way most phones handle the MMS protocol to drain juice. It see

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