Chelsea has become quite the tech hub, it would seem. Yesterday police raided an apartment on West 28th St. and found 500 iPhones and iPods, 19 fake iPads and 4,200 pairs of Beats by Dre headphones worth almost $1 million. The cache was just 14 blocks
south north of Google’s massive headquarters at 111 Eighth Ave.
Last November Betabeat broke the story of Fei Lam, an enterprising young teenager from Queens who built a business selling white iPhone 4 conversion kits.
Now the white iPhone is finally out and Fei Lam’s business is no more. In fact, he shut it down after Apple’s first cease-and-desist letter. But Apple isn’t finished. Read More
The Observer broke the story a few weeks back about Fei Lam, the 17-year old kid from Queens who sold more than $130,000 worth of parts for the unreleased white iPhone 4.
Last week Steve Wozniak revealed his personal copy of the white iPhone 4. At first major outlets like CNN assumed he Read More
Apple is ready to play hardball with Fei Lam, the teenager from Queens who built a six-figure business selling parts for the unreleased white iPhone 4.
According to Lam’s attorney, Andrew M. Jaffe, private investigator Jimmy Robbins, who first contacted Lam, was working for Apple.
But when Jaffe called Robbins, he was informed that Robbins Read More