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Police Raid Gizmodo Bloggers Home

April 28, 2010

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.


From → iPad, Mobile News

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