It sounds like the plot from a high-speed thriller -- police raid a factory, find $19 million worth of contraband, and arrest nine suspects. Only in this case, it's not a drug bust -- it's all about iPhones.
After Donald Trump, the world's most politically incorrect combover, decided to unceremoniously give out Lindsey Graham's phone number, the South Carolina senator decided to destroy his phone, and show the world how to do it.
Yik Yak, the social app that lets college students anonymously post text-based posts, has announced users will now be able to share photos on the service. Photos must be "mom-safe," and will be approved by moderators before posting.
The modern day monopoly isn't found in steel or railroads, but rather in smartphones. While Steve Job's Apple empire may only comprise 20 percent of smartphone sales, it also boasts a stunning 92 percent of profits across the industry.
45-year-old Robin Lee was arrested on the London Overground for charging his iPhone using a wall outlet he wasn't supposed to use. Strangely enough, he was "de-arrested," only to be arrested again for something else.