ALSO NOTED: First sort-of iPhone thief? AT&T's multi-million gov contract; and much more...

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> AT&T lands multi-million government contract. Article

And Finally... The first (almost) iThief. During a live newscast, a man grabbed a Fox News microphone instead of Stephen Levy's iPhone, which Levy was holding up right next to the microphone. Levy is Newsweek's tech writer and one of four "VIP" journalists that received an iPhone ahead of the official launch tonight. Video

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