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Submitted by Mark484 570d ago | news

Report: Thieves steal iPads from Microsoft, leave everything else

Geek Wire-Thieves who targeted Microsoft’s Silicon Valley campus over the holiday break walked away with five iPads but apparently didn’t consider any Microsoft products worth stealing. (Gadgets, Industry, iPad, Microsoft)

Mark484  +   571d ago
I think Thieves came to take not that iPad but the Microsoft idea of new upcoming!!!
Crazyglues  +   570d ago
Well I think the thieves were smart not to take any Microsoft products, thus lessening the chance they would crash during their getaway... LoL

i kid, i kid... I'm sorry I couldn't resist.. :)

-But all jokes aside I think they just took the iPads because they are going to be easy to sell since they are so popular, the last thing you want to do when your trying to sell something quick is have to explain what it is...

iPads practically sell their self.. Making this one a No brainer..
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