Police Body Cams Are Big Business: Taser's Profits Jump By 57 Percent

Taser International, the company best known for its namesake product, announced today that its profits were up 57 percent over the previous quarter. But it’s not because tasers are flying off the shelves. That huge bump in profits is coming from sales of body cameras to America’s police departments. » 7/30/15 11:50am Today 11:50am

Taser Found Liable in Wrongful Death Suit, Bad News for Taser

Taser International, the company behind the new delightful trend in law enforcement where using verbal communication is deemed too time-consuming and replaced with a extremely painful jolt from their patented electro-weapons, was just dealt a stinging blow in court. After winning 45 wrongful death or injury lawsuits,… » 6/10/08 8:15pm 6/10/08 8:15pm

Taser's TRAD Security System Detects/Zaps Intruders

The concept behind Taser International's Taser Remote Area Denial system, or TRAD, is simple: Intruder detected, intruder zapped. We're talking an entire array of networked sensors and cameras, operating a battery of stun-guns, ready to incapacitate a threat at the push of a button–or the behest of the governing… » 6/27/07 7:01pm 6/27/07 7:01pm