And did they help to create an iPod black market by doing so?
Andrew Barrett, 22, was convicted of first-degree course of sexual conduct, first-degree rape, first-degree attempted rape, and third-degree robbery, the Queens District Attorney’s office announced on Wednesday.
An 18-year-old mother was walking with her 2-year-old son, when the suspect walked up to the child, snatched the device out of his hands and fled, police said. The child was not injured.
Police Saturday night were searching for a suspect who stole an iPod and money from a 13-year-old girl on a city bus in the Bronx.
A 17-year-old girl was waiting for a bus at Tremont Avenue and Crotona Avenue when the suspect walked up behind her, punched her in the head, police said.
This week, Time magazine reported on a study released from the Ohio State University Medical Center, which finds that too many hours of dim lighting—the kind which is emitted from all of our electronic friends—may lead to depression, or at least symptomatic behavior.
During a raid in Chelsea yesterday, police said they confiscated 4,200 pairs of fake Beats by Dr. Dre heaphones, 500 counterfeit iPhones and iPods, and 19 fake iPads.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is getting the word out to straphangers to stay alert and keep their cell phones and other electronic devices out of sight when riding the subway.
Steve Jobs changed the world, and his genius, vision and innovations greatly impacted and inspired our world of sports. The Leonardo di Vinci of our time had such a profound impact on society in so many ways. And the sports world greatly benefited.
At the Cooper Union, physics professor Robert Uglesich and some very smart high schoolers are spending their summer on a variety of projects.
Police are asking the public’s help in identifying two suspects wanted for at least four robberies in Manhattan.
Every student needs help with school sometimes, and these apps might just be the answer.
After targeting distracted drivers, some New York lawmakers want to go after distracted walkers. They are looking to ban them from using iPods and cell phones while walking and crossing the street.
Could thieves give you the Black Friday blues? While you shop, they could be targeting your cars or even targeting you when you leave the store. CBS 2 explains how you can avoid trouble in the parking lot.