Two Men Charged Over Lost iPhone 4 Prototype

Misdemeanor charges have been filed against the two men responsible for shopping around a lost iPhone 4 prototype to various websites before the iPhone 4 was officially unveiled, though no one from Gizmodo -- the site that eventually bought the prototype -- will be charged. The San Mateo County, California District Attorney's Office announced its decision on who to charge, noting in its brief press release that 22-year-old Brian Hogan -- the one who allegedly found the device in a Silicon Valley bar -- and his 28-year-old friend Sage Wallower had both been charged with misappropriation of lost property.

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