Never having lived in Silicon Valley, I can’t say how cutthroat the competition is there. They’ve got the brightest minds, toting the very latest in hardware innovations. However there is a ripple effect when a piece of technology goes missing. The NY Times reveals how much a lost iPhone is worth especially when it is a market prototype containing some new and interesting features.
Gizomodo paid a King’s Ransom for it.
Gawker, publisher of Gizmodo may be liable for civil and criminal charges in buying stolen property.
Meanwhile, Jim at MarketSaw speculates on a bold new App that the iPhone may be one day supporting, using a special pair of glasses to deliver 3D content. Heads up display, anyone?
The Official Verdict from Jason Calacanis who knows Gawker and Gizmodo and has a strong opinion on the case which has generated heat from the law.