One day it might be just another one of the hundreds of features that come standard in a smartphone. But for now, a new Kickstarter campaign promises to turn your mobile device into a speed-measuring radar gun using a simple Bluetooth accessory.
The radar guns police use to spot speeding motorists have inspired a version that aims to identify a would-be suicide bomber in a crowd. Here's how it works.
We've been following the story of Shaun Malone, the California teen who was clocked by an officer doing 62MPH in a 45MPH zone, and was issued a ticket for $190. He took the ticket to trial and lost, as the state brought in a GPS expert via affidavit who said that the units weren't that accurate. The teen appealed,…