Al Capone's 1928 V8 Cadillac is up for auction by RM Auctions. Even today it has a sinister appeal.

Chicago Gangster Al Capone's Armored V8 Cadillac At Auction

Al Capone's iconic bulletproof V8 Cadillac will be put on the auction block by RM Auctions in Plymouth, Mich. On July 28, in advance of the Concours d'Elegance of America, the famous gangster's green Caddy is expected to fetch upward of $500,000.

iPhone 5

Apple iPhone 5: Claimed Next iPhone 'Engineering Samples' Surface Online, Depict Device Similar To Rumors

At a time when rumors surrounding Apple are mostly focused on a smaller and cheaper iPad, the so-called "iPad mini," a new report surfaced Tuesday with photos of claimed 'iPhone 5 engineering samples' that depicted a device in line with on-going rumors and speculations regarding the next generation Apple smartphone.

Retail Sector Grows Anew in June, Exceeds Market Forecasts

Coles, Priceline, Target, Bunnings and Dick Smith Dominate Australia's Online Shopping Space--Capgemini Survey

Coles, Priceline, Target, Bunnings and Dick Smith are the country's top rated retailers, all coming in first place within their respected sectors, a survey conducted on 16,000 digital shoppers has revealed.

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Electronics

Top 10 Devices to Watch out for this Fall: From iPhone 5 to Samsung Galaxy Note 2

Will Nintendo's Wii U Release Feature Slower Processors Than Xbox 360? Company Responds To Microsoft Comparisons [SPECS]

Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony are all competing in the race to develop the most dominant brand of next-generation gaming consoles. Nintendo’s upcoming Wii U is the first of the rivaling systems to be launched, with a release date of November 2012 expected for the Wii successor.

Cars

Ferrari 250 GTO

$31 Million Ferrari 250 GTO Crashed By Christopher Cox In France

American businessman Christopher Cox banged up a $31 million 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO in an accident near Le Mans, France, that left his wife with a broken leg, reports said Tuesday.

Law Hot Issues

Research In Motion

RIM's Patents Valued At 85% Of Entire Company By CEO

BlackBerry developer Research in Motion (Nasdaq: RIMM) values its intellectual property at $3.37 billion, or nearly 85 percent of the value of the entire company.

IN THE NEWS

BFC and Adidas Launches London 2012 Design Award Collection

Fashion Culture

BFC and Adidas Launch London 2012 Design Award Collection

British Fashion Council and Adidas in search of new design talent for launching Adidas "London 2012 Design award collection."

Apple iPad vs. Samsung Galaxy Tab: ‘Not As Cool’ As Apple’s Tablet, Judge Says

Luxury Electronics

Apple iPad Vs Samsung Galaxy Tab: ‘Not As Cool’ As Apple’s Tablet, Judge Says

Apple and Samsung, two of the leading manufacturers of mobile devices and electronics, have been engaged in a patent war concerning the companies' two respective tablets. A judge in the United Kingdom has ruled the Korea...

BFC Reveals Details About 2012 London Collections: Women

Fashion Women

BFC Reveals Details About 2012 'London Collections: Women'

Individual brand and designer showrooms seeing buyers include Alice by Temperley, Antipodium, Anya Hindmarch, Burberry, Caroline Charles, Charlotte Olympia and Erdem.

Burberry Wins Counterfeit War; Awarded £63 Million in Damages

Fashion Women

Burberry Wins Counterfeit War, Awarded £63 Million in Damages

Many Chinese websites using the Burberry name and selling fake Burberry goods also guilty of trademark infringement.

World Record Set by £1.23 Million Aston Martin Newport Sale

Luxury Cars

World Record Set by £1.23 Million Aston Martin Newport Sale

Exclusive models favoured by Prince Charles, James Bong, rock stars and many others hog auction limelight.

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