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Apple's iPhone : Opinion Brief
The Apple iPad.

Is Verizon blowing its hopes of carrying the iPhone?

Reports of a Verizon-Google tablet computer to rival iPad could anger Apple. That might be bad news for iPhone users unhappy with their current carrier, AT&T

 
Apple's iPhone : The List
Could the unexpected leak of iPhone 4G impact iPhone 3G sales?

iPhone 4G scandal: Who it helps (and hurts)

"Gizmodo-gate" — the remarkable story of how far tech bloggers will go for an Apple scoop — has had both upsides and downsides for the key players

 
Apple's iPhone : Reader Poll
Polls

What's your opinion on the 'lost iPhone 4G' scandal?

Take our reader poll: Who's to blame in the case that's pitting Apple against bloggers who may have obtained an iPhone 4G prototype illegally?

 
Apple's iPhone : Opinion Brief
Did the Gizmodo police raid damage Apple CEO Steve Jobs' reputation?

The great iPhone police raid

California police knocked down Gizmodo editor Jason Chen's door just days after a historic scoop about Apple's iPhone. What's going on?

 
Apple's iPhone : Opinion Brief
Did tech blog Gizmodo step out of bounds?

The 'lost iPhone' scandal: Did Gizmodo break the law?

Gadget site Gizmodo could land in hot water after purchasing an allegedly "stolen" iPhone prototype and publishing pictures of it

 
Apple's iPhone : Fact Sheet
Gizmodo paid $5,000 for a misplaced iPhone prototype

Apple's unplanned iPhone debut

The intriguing case of an an iPhone 4G prototype that was allegedly lost — "stolen"? — at a California bar and ended up in the hands of a tech blogger

 
Apple's iPhone : Opinion Brief
What surprises will iPhone OS 4.0 hold?

iPhone 4.0: First reactions

Tech writers weigh in on the new features Steve Jobs has in store for the iPhone 4.0 software update

 
Apple's iPhone : Twitter Take
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The latest Tweets on 'iPhone 4.0'

Unfiltered, real-time commentary from the world at large

 
Apple's iPhone : Opinion Brief
Microsoft doesn't like employees using Apple products.

Microsoft's iPhone ban?

Microsoft is discouraging its employees from eating Apple's "forbidden fruit." Is that ultimately good for business?

 
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