Recently we've all heard about the new iPhone leak, and the chaos involved in Apple's attempts to retrieve it back. After the phone fell into the hands of a Gizmodo.com editor, the phone was inspected and proven to Apple's handiwork. Now that Apple has finally gotten their prototype iPhone back, they are taking their investigation into the leak one step farther.
IGN reports: "Following last week's leak of the fourth generation iPhone, police have seized computers and other hardware used by Gizmodo.com, the tech blog who paid for, and later posted a detailed analysis, of the prototype device. According to reports today, California Rapid Enforcement Allied Computer Team (REACT) entered and searched the home of Gizmodo editor, Jason Chen, and seized four computers, two servers, and other components as potential evidence in their investigation of the theft, sale, and transportation of Apple's prototype technology."