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Prince Andrew could avoid giving evidence in US sex slave case

PRINCE Andrew could avoid having to give evidence about a “sex slave” who claims she slept with him after prosecutors launched a bid to have her court battle thrown out.

Prosecutors have asked a court in Florida to throw out Virginia Roberts plea to be allowed to join two other women who are suing the US Government over the lenient treatment given to financier Jeffrey Epstein.

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Ericsson Sues Apple, Hopes to Block Shipments of iPhones and iPads to US

In addition to a Texas federal jury's decision that ordered the tech company to pay Smartflash LLC $532.9 Million in damages due to patent …

Dumb criminals sending bragging video to victim’s iCloud!

Police say two men in Houston, Texas used a stolen iPad to upload a video to the victim’s iCloud, in which which they brag about stealing his money.

Police nab iPhone thieves who tunneled into warehouse

Three Chinese men came up with a quicker way to get their hands on the latest iPhone 6: instead of queuing outside Apple outlets, they dug a hole into a warehouse.

Beijing police said Wednesday that they had detained three men suspected of stealing 240 iPhone 6 handsets, valued at about 1.4 million yuan (228,496 U.S. dollars), from a Beijing warehouse.

Police said the three men broke into the facility between Dec. 12 and 13 via a 50-cm hole dug out of the wall. One suspect surnamed Chang used to work as a driver for the logistics company that owned the warehouse and was familiar with the site.

They later sold the gadgets and spent most of the money on cars, gold, and gambling.

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Steve Jobs named as top conspirator by judge in deal to give suing employees less than they …

After the plaintiffs’ lawyers took their 25 percent cut, the settlement would have given just $4,000 to the 64,000 members of the class who were suing. The judge denied approval to a proposal by Apple , Google ,Intel and Adobe to settle claims that they schemed together to not poach each other’s workers and suppress wages of tech workers.


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