SPOTLIGHT: Mobile phones make top 10 list for thieves

Research from the Midlands Centre for Criminology and Criminal Justice at the U.K.'s Loughborough University said mobile phones are on the top 10 hit list for thieves. The center urged consumers and the mobile-phone industry to step up their anti-theft efforts. The study showed that almost half of all mobile phones stolen in 2005 were Nokia, with 6230 stolen the most. Sony Ericsson, Samsung and Motorola make up most of the rest on the mobile hit list. Article

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