Jamin Barton is a soft-spoken musician with a quick laugh and a winning smile who tends bar under the nickname “Sudsy” at the 500 Club in San Francisco’s Mission District. He was closing up after a slow Tuesday last month when he saw the phone. “We find about 20 a week,” he says with a shrug. “Most people come back for them in 15 minutes.” Not this phone. It sat by the cash register unclaimed all the next day. “I don’t know anything about this stuff, but I know enough to know this phone was different.” Read the full story at Wired.