1.3 million pounds worth of fake Apple goods have been seized by West Sussex Trading Standards - the biggest in its history.Read the full story ›
A father from Sussex is calling on the technology giant Apple to tighten up its safeguards after his son ran up a bill of almost four thousand pounds online.
Seven year old Faisal Shugaa from Crawley had been playing a video game on his father's iPad.
Apple has agreed to refund the money, and says its software lets parents control how much their children spend.
Malcolm Shaw spoke to Faisal and his father Mohamed, and technology expert Ian Dunton.
Migrants in Calais are charging people to view a mural of Apple founder Steve Jobs by elusive street artist Banksy.
The work depicts Jobs in his trademark black turtleneck jumper carrying an early model of his Apple computer and with a black bin bag slung over his shoulder.
The portrait has appeared on a graffiti-littered concrete wall on the outskirts of The Jungle camp where 6,000 migrants from countries including Syria, Afghanistan and Eritrea are based.
The piece has gained such popularity in the area, close to the Port of Calais, that migrants have covered it up with a blanket and are charging people to view it.
Steve Jobs was the son of a migrant from Syria.
They target the most vulnerable and trusting people in our communities, using the goodwill of the elderly to con them out of their hard-earned savings. Tonight the police are warning about the dramatic increase in scams.
There has been almost a thousand cases of so-called 'Courier Fraud' in Sussex alone in the past five months. That's where people are tricked into handing over credit or debit cards, cash and PIN numbers to someone posing as a police officer or bank official.
The police say the sheer variety of these scams are now so elaborate - everyone is a potential victim.
Andy Dickenson reports and we hear from 87-year-old scam victim Dennis, PC Bernadette Lawrie, and fraud victim Helen Brown.
The message was sent to all iTunes users who've made an in-app purchase which involves paying for extra content already downloaded an app.Read the full story ›
Detectives investigating the theft of a tablet device from Tunbridge Wells have recovered the device after the owner tracked it to London.
Detectives from Tonbridge police station attended an address in Lewisham and seized the tablet, which was packaged up, ready to be posted abroad. A 65-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of theft, and was later released on bail.
Kent Police said: ‘This is a fantastic example of how important it is for tablet and mobile phone owners to take advantage of the tracking applications that are available for devices that have GPS capability. In this case the victim tracked the iPad and kept us updated with its location."
The tablet's debut is set to coincide with the upcoming autumn release of Microsoft's much-anticipated Windows 8 operating system.Read the full story ›