May I be the latest to say hahahaha to this one (and also to say: that's what I get for going into the woods and away from Internet access for the weekend!). Brian Lam, the editor of Gizmodo (which you may remember from the iPhone 4 prototype brouhaha), left his cell phone in a restaurant over the weekend. Unlike what happened when Gizmodo exploited the same mistake by an Apple engineer, a decent person at the restaurant returned the phone to Lam. If only Gizmodo had the same values.
In other iPod/iPhone news:
- Kevin Rose of Digg predicts that the next Apple TV, coming next month according to him, will allow users to create their own a la carte, on-demand TV stations. Sounds great to me!
- Apple and Verizon are still talking an iPhone deal, but nothing's done yet. Also, if the deal does happen, it might include an iPhone that can use voice and data at the same time - something Verizon's network currently doesn't support.
- Foxconn, the company that manufactures iPods and iPhones in China and was hit by a spate of employee suicides at the beginning of the year, is reportedly now offering more entertainment to employees in an attempt to prevent further suicides.