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Stefan Eriksson Watch: Back In Jail!

Last time I’d reported on Stefan Eriksson was January 2008, after he’d gotten out of jail in the US and was waiting to get booted out of the country. Looks like our favorite ex-mobile exec has gotten himself in a little more trouble, and will be spending the next year and a half in a […]

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Cleaning Out The Link Drawer

this one is going to stretch back several weeks, but enjoy anyway: – Get an SMS… from your lawnmower – iPhone Web Usage Continues to Rise — Even On T-Mobile’s Network – Mobile phones turning “surveillance society” on its head? – RIM CEO on BlackBerry Storm: “nobody gets it perfect out the door” – This […]

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Stefan Eriksson Watch: Out of Jail, Headed Out of the Country

Perhaps this will be the last mention of Stefan Eriksson: the former Gizmondo exec and Ferrari-crasher is out of jail (via Engadget), and is in a detention center as he awaits expulsion from the US. Apparently he was released from jail in December, but he’s been sitting in a detention center waiting for the Swedish […]

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BREAKING NEWS: DIETRICH FOUND!!!

BREAKING NEWS: DIETRICH FOUND!!!

Thanks to Mike Masnick for the tip: the infamous “Dietrich” from the Stefan Eriksson of Gizmondo Ferrari crash has been located! Eriksson (pictured here) originally claimed that “a German man called Dietrich” was driving the million-dollar Ferrari Enzo when it crashed, and he fled the scene after the wreck. An extensive search never turned up […]

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Stefan Eriksson Watch: Eriksson Pleads Guilty — Is It Over?

Stefan Eriksson Watch: Eriksson Pleads Guilty — Is It Over?

Just a few days after his trial on embezzlement and grand theft auto charges ended in a mistrial, Stefan Eriksson has accepted a plea bargain — pleading no contest to two counts of embezzlement and one count of illegal possession of a gun. Grand theft auto charges were dropped, but Eriksson was sentenced to three […]

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