Two NYTimes reporters are relentlessly covering the iPhone Bricking episode. Saul Hansell interviews Palm and confirms that AT&T isn't worried about Treos bringing down the network, the restoration of bricks, and Katie tells the tale of her daughter's iPhone bricking that had nothing to do with an unlock. I wonder what David Pogue and Walt Mossberg have to say about this issue?
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