Mobile Technology — 15 August 2012
In the end, it was Apple's own technology that helped police track down the man who burglarized Steve Jobs' home last month.

A burglar broke into the home of the late Apple co-founder in July and made off with $60,000 worth of property, but details of the heist weren't made public until earlier this week.

On Tuesday, The Daily reported that 35-year-old homeless man Kariem McFarlin pawned the Tiffany jewelry he got in the heist, but also tried to use the Apple hardware he nabbed from Jobs' home. You know what that means -- when one of the two iMacs or three iPads he grabbed connected to central servers to upgrade itself, he was busted.

A task force comprised of local police and m… Continue reading...

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