According to a report by the Daily Post, a break and enter at Microsoft’s campus in Mountain View over the Christmas break resulted in nothing being stolen–except for five iPads laying around. The report noted “not Microsoft products were reported stolen.”
The Microsoft Research Silicon Valley office employs 75 researchers and was founded in 2001. Its primary goal, according to their director, Roy Levin is to “advance the state of the art in distributed systems and related fields, while strengthening the architecture and technology of Microsoft’s products.”
Unfortunately no Microsoft products were stolen because anything of important value probably because it would locked away. Thieves probably have better things to do than to try and pawn off a Windows 8 desktop on Craigslist, but an iPad? That’s fair game.
Regardless, this is one heck of a story. You can’t make this stuff up.
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