Three suspects are reportedly caught allegedly discussing break-ins when one of them happens to have his cell phone in the wrong position and, police say, butt-dials 911. The dispatchers listen in.
The New York mayor blames a rise in crime on thefts of Apple devices. I'm talking here!
A police officer caught another police office stealing headphones in a Brooklyn Best Buy yesterday; is this a sign that headphones are too expensive?
With the help of software, the owner of a stolen MacBook Air is able to get into his computer and see that the alleged thief has taken a picture of himself--and filmed himself dancing.
One of the most talked about phenomenons online this week is Rebecca Black, a 13-year-old who was dubbed on YouTube as the worst (Auto-Tuned) singer in the world and yet broke into the iTunes Top 100.
New and Noteworthy: Steve Jobs in "most-wanted" execs deck; Apple's music business a 'drop in the bucket'; more
Our reservoir of embarrassing stories about Jeff is bottoming out, so we're happy to welcome his old chums from BeenVerified.com to refill the glass. Josh, Ross, and Jay are ushering in a new generation of background checks for employers and job seekers.
Record labels should have won case against Minnesota woman who was probably sharing copyrighted music on Kazaa. The problem is the $220,000 penalty.