Here's what our expert eavesdroppers have rounded up in the last 24 hours that you need to know today...
- Samsung won in their legal battle with Apple with the court ordering an end to the import of older Apple gadgets that violate Samsung's 3G network patents. [NYPost]
- Called the "Scarsdale version of Weeds," a suburban mom was arrested for running a multimillion-dollar marijuana growing operation in Queens. [NYDailyNews]
- 3 Turkish professionals in the U.S. launched a fundraising campaign on Indiegogo to buy a full-page ad in the NY Times. The ad will support other Turks who have clashed with the U.S. government in dozens of cities. Indiegogo says they have jump-started the fasted political funding campaign in the sites history. [Forbes]
- Joe Francis, the famous founder of "Girls Gone Wild" is the latest victim of a sex tape gone viral. He claims it was stolen from longtime girlfriend Abbey Wilson and is threatening legal action. [TMZ]
-Cheerios is standing by their recent commercial featuring a mixed race family despite some negative feedback. They say this commercial truly represents modern American families, rather than the conservative route other advertisers take, and support the message of acceptance. [Yahoo]