Q&A: CNET met with San Francisco D.A. George Gascon to talk about his push for a smartphone anti-theft bill, which is likely headed to a Thursday vote in California's state senate.
San Francisco Police have asked owners of Cava 22, the bar where an Apple employee lost an unreleased iPhone in July, to see their surveillance video. Are there images of what happened to the missing device?
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.
San Francisco Police Department issues statement via Word file labeled iPhone5.doc. The police and Apple have only added to confusion about probe into lost unreleased iPhone.
San Francisco has a big problem with iPhone theft, which is why the SFPD have taken to undercover sting operations to get to the source of the racket. Some say their tactics entrap law-abiding citizens into a transaction, others applaud its ingenuity. This story and more on today's 404!
San Francisco has a big problem with iPhone theft, so the SFPD has taken to undercover sting operations to get to the source of the racket. Some say their tactics entrap law-abiding citizens into a transaction; others applaud its ingenuity. This and more on today's 404!
A video tape made by the SFPD incites an uproar.
Law requires security software to come enabled by default, but other than that, not much will change for most smartphone users.
Police say a man broke into a wireless store in Virginia and stole several iPhones. He did, however, leave his own Samsung Galaxy behind.
Law requires all connected devices sold in the state to be equipped with antitheft software.