Cellphones Mean Nothing to Londoners, Who Lose Over 10,000 in Taxis Each Month

Either phones mean nothing to Brits, who are accustomed to getting them free on contract, or they're just crazy drinkers who can't keep a hold of their gadgets.

Around 1,000 laptops and iPods are also lost in the depths of black cabs each month, with the VP of security company Credant Technologies, who carried out a survey on the matter, commenting that in ye olde London times, "It used to be small items like brollies and briefcases stuffed full of boring office papers. Now it's laptops, smartphones and thumb drives, all chock-full of valuable information to an identity thief." [Credant Technologies, via The Reg]

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