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In May, I published an in-depth exposé detailing the downfall of Brydge, the once-thriving startup making popular keyboard accessories for iPad users. At the time, Brydge told me that an acquisition of the company was in the works involving a “third party via a foreclosure process initiated by its senior lender.” That acquisition has now been revealed, with a company called Uinta Products announcing that it has acquired Brydge’s assets with support from investment firm Claret Capital. more… The post iPad keyboard maker Brydge revived under new ownership; details on unpaid salaries and unfulfilled orders unknown appeared first on 9to5Mac.
In late 2005, DaimlerChrysler sold its proving ground in Wittmann, Arizona, to homebuilder Toll Brothers and its partners for $312 million. Now, that same test facility may be where Apple’s “Project Titan” team is testing the “Apple Car.” Rumored “Project Titan” proving grounds in Wittmann, Arizona Greg S. Fink for Car and Driver: After more than a decade of ownership, the commercial real-estate finance company finally unloaded the land, selling it to Route 14 Investment Partners LLC in July 2021 for $125 million. Route 14 Investment Partners was no stranger to the property. Approximately five years earlier, the New York–based iStar had begun leasing the proving ground to the little-known limited-liability company. Much about Route 14 Investment Partners remains unknown,…
New Hampshire resident Guangwei "William" Wu recently pled guilty to transporting stolen Apple property valued at $2 million, according to the United States Attorney's Office in the District of New Hampshire. Wu owned the Hai Xing Qiao shipping company in Manchester, New Hampshire. In the fall of 2022, a Hong Kong-based company purchased a range of Apple products that Wu was meant to forward to them in Hong Kong. The order included iPads, iPhones, Apple Watches, and MacBooks. Rather than shipping the goods, Wu accepted a bribe of more than $700,000 from a different Hong Kong company to redirect the $2 million worth of products to that company instead of the company that originally made the purchase. Wu told the…
A Nashua, New Hampshire man has pleaded guilty to transporting stolen Apple products in federal court. Guangwei “William” Wu, 30, pleaded guilty to the interstate transportation of stolen property on June 1, 2023. He is scheduled to be sentenced on October 4, 2023. Wu owned and operated a transshipping company in Manchester called Hai Xing Qiao. In the fall of 2022, a victim company purchased Apple products, including iPads, iPhones, Apple Watches, and MacBooks. They hired Hai Xing Qiao to forward the products to Hong Kong. However, another Hong Kong-based company, Yongfu Huo, paid Wu a bribe of over $700,000 to have the products shipped to them instead. To cover up his tracks, Wu claimed that law enforcement had seized…
CIRP has released its latest report today on the Mac lineup. Looking at the mix of models owned by customers, the research found some interesting results for the most popular Mac, the mix of ownership between entry-level to pro models, and more. more… The post What is Apple’s most popular Mac? Here’s the latest data appeared first on 9to5Mac.
Eve Systems, the maker of numerous smart home devices that support HomeKit, has been acquired by automation and electrification firm ABB.Eve MotionConfirmed by ABB on Monday, the purchase of the German Eve Systems brings the company under the ownership of the Swedish-Swiss ABB, based in Switzerland. Read more...
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