How the cops cracked the case of the missing fourth-generation prototype, step by step
Here's what we know now that we didn't know before the court released a San Mateo detective's 10-page sworn statement of facts:
Let's look at the question of who got the ball rolling in the case of the missing iPhone
Judging from reader comments, it's clear that a lot of people following the story of the lost iPhone prototype assume that the California police task force launched their investigation -- and raided the home of Jason Chen, the Gizmodo editor who ended up with the device -- because Apple (AAPL) asked them to.
In MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Apr 27, 2010 6:41 AM ET
Cops break open front door and seize computers in investigation of lost iPhone prototype
It looks like the police are taking this pretty seriously.
Armed with a search warrant, members of California's Rapid Enforcement Allied Computer Team broke into a private home Friday night and seized computers and other electronic equipment, according to a report posted Monday on Gizmodo.
The home belonged to Jason Chen, the Gizmodo editor who published photographs and videos MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Apr 26, 2010 5:37 PM ET
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