SFGate: "One day after Steve Jobs responded to the iPhone 4 antenna controversy by offering free phone casings, San Mateo County withdrew the search warrant issued against an editor at Gizmodo, the tech blog that unveiled the new iPhone to the world in April."
When Apple dispatched an elite police unit to conduct a literal door-busting raid on a Gizmodo editor's house to confiscate his computers, it seemed a clear case of heavy-handed corporate abuse. But a surprising number of people think it's OK.
10 Things: "Legislation that affects the use of Internet-connected computers is springing up everywhere at the local, state and federal levels. You might be violating one of them without even knowing."
Wired: "California prosecutors investigating Gizmodo's purchase of a prototype iPhone have offered a new argument for keeping details of the probe a secret: Public disclosure could compromise �the identity of an informer."
Gizmodo: "Since its 2008 debut, Android has grown - not only meeting all of the functionalities of the iPhone, but besting it in nearly all aspects. Here is our list of the top 10 things Android does better than the iPhone."