Police Raid Gizmodo Bloggers Home
It really sounds like Apple is taking Gizmodos leaking of the iPhone 4.0 rather seriously.
The whole Gizmodo iPhone prototype story just got a whole lot stranger after a team of high-tech police investigators broke into Gizmodo blogger Jason Chen’s home last Friday night and hauled off an impressive array of equipment — including three MacBooks, an iPad, a ThinkPad, a Dell machine, two digital cameras, two cell phones, five external drives, a home server, business cards, and a letter from Gizmodo’s chief counsel claiming their search warrant was invalid — allegedly relating to the “theft” of that iPhone.
Raiding his house? I’ll admit that Apple has a legitimate right to be angry with Gizmodo but in reality the drama surrounding the iPhone 4.0 has only made the product even more popular.