Hugh Pickens writes: "David Pogue reports on his blog at the New York Times that a reader has written in telling about his experience with a T-Mobile representative who offered to explain how to hack an iPhone and continue to use T-Mobile service after the customer said he was cancelling his T-Mobile service to buy an iPhone. Although T-Mobile has officially denied that this is an authorized solution, several posters on Pogue's blog recounted similar experiences including one customer who said a representative allegedly offered to guide him "through the steps to tweak the iPhone's settings so it could access EDGE data" on T-Mobile's network. "Sure, you're violating your warranty if you hack the phone. But is there anything illegal about it? And, if not, what's wrong with other companies talking openly about it, or even putting together "how to" kits?""