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A report suggests that someone in possession of an unreleased Nexus 4 left it behind at a San Francisco bar. When will people learn not to bring such devices with them near booze?
There's no shortage of blogs claiming to possess photos, video and 3D renderings of the unreleased iPhone 5. The good news for Apple is it doesn't appear to have misplaced any prototypes lately.
Talks with Apple have ended without a deal. "We're moving forward" with a lawsuit, the man's attorney tells CNET.
District attorney says there wasn't sufficient evidence to prosecute Gizmodo editors for extortion, despite then-Apple CEO Steve Jobs accusing the gadget blog of precisely that.
Brian Hogan and Sage Wallower plead no contest to theft charges, after last year's caper involving an iPhone prototype, which Apple claimed was so valuable that a price could not be placed on it.
Lawyer for the 22-year-old San Francisco man who Apple linked to an unreleased iPhone says he's considering filing a lawsuit against the Cupertino company.
In this week's column, CNET's Josh Lowensohn talks about Adobe's recent successes on two of Apple's platforms. He also looks at this week's big news and rumors, and answers your questions.
The San Francisco Police Department is looking into how officers assisted Apple in searching for an iPhone prototype.
A San Francisco police spokesman says the department "assisted" Apple in a recent search of a house, according to a report.
In a press release, the San Francisco Police Department, after initially saying no records existed of a search for a missing iPhone that was first reported by CNET, confirms involvement.