Three men tunnel into Beijing warehouse, make off with $300,000 worth of iPhones

Police in Beijing have arrested three men accused of stealing 240 iPhone 6 units from a warehouse owned by a Chinese logistics firm after digging a 20-inch hole through the building’s wall.



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Apple Fails to Get Little I Robot Off Siri's Back


The Beijing First Intermediate Court ruled against Apple in a case that pitted it against a Shanghai-based firm and the country’s State Intellectual Property Office’s Patent Review Committee. The court found that the intellectual property rights of Zhizhen Internet Technology, a company that holds several voice recognition patents, were valid. Zhizhen previously had alleged that Apple’s Siri product was based on some of its intellectual property. It sued in 2012. In this particular case, though, Apple had seized the initiative.

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Apple loses voice recognition patent suit in China, faces legal challenges over Siri

A Beijing court has affirmed the validity of a voice recognition patent — held by China’s Shanghai Zhizhen Network Technology Co. — that Apple is accused of infringing with Siri, clearing the way for the resolution of a long-pending intellectual property case that could see the personal digital assistant muted in China.



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