Ray gun

04.16.11
US government contractor developing 'microwave gun,' Hot Pockets tremble
04.16.11

US government contractor developing 'microwave gun,' Hot Pockets tremble

Ah, the beloved "electronic bomb," able to disable all technology in its vicinity: variations on th...

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06.16.10
PlayStation Move shooting attachment in pictures: the ray gun you always dreamed of
06.16.10

PlayStation Move shooting attachment in pictures: the ray gun you always dreamed of

We heard a mention of the PlayStation Move shooting attachment in Sony's Move E3 press release, but...

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08.06.09
Raytheon sells its first 'pain ray,' and the less lethal arms race begins
08.06.09

Raytheon sells its first 'pain ray,' and the less lethal arms race begins

As you are no doubt aware, one of the perks of being in the corporate security field is that you ge...

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04.24.09
Navy shells out for development of missile-killing free-electron laser
04.24.09

Navy shells out for development of missile-killing free-electron laser

You may think that the Navy's just the baby brother to the two other US Armed Forces, but its weapo...

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04.08.09
Raytheon developing compact, inexpensive human microwaves
04.08.09

Raytheon developing compact, inexpensive human microwaves

As you know, if you like your weapons "less than lethal" (but much more than comfortable) the U.S....

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07.07.08
Microwave ray gun promises to put sounds in people's heads
07.07.08

Microwave ray gun promises to put sounds in people's heads

As we've seen countless times, ray guns can employ any number of less than lethal means to stop the...

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10.09.07
Raytheon's Silent Guardian keeps crowds under control
10.09.07

Raytheon's Silent Guardian keeps crowds under control

Raytheon sure loves its lasers, and it's proving so with the crowd-repelling Silent Guardian. The de...

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