There were a couple of big stories competing for everyone's attention this week. At Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, Steve Jobs and company showed off their next generation of desktop, mobile, and cloud systems. But you know you're an Apple fanboy when that's bigger news to you than Congressman Anthony Weiner's tearful Twitter confession. What else happened? Sony got hacked again (yawn), Facebook found itself in another privacy kerfuffle, and yet another Middle Eastern dictatorship tried to block the Net. Got answers to our scintillating questions? Post the right ones and earn yourself 10 points. Now get out there and finish this thing before another politician totally embarrasses himself on the InterWebs.
1. Now that Apple's WWDC has been blogged to a pulp, we now know what's new in Apple world. Which of the following statements is not true?
a. The next-generation OS X, code-named Lion, will cost $30
b. iOS 5 has a new Notifications system
c. iCloud will sync music and video across all iDevices
d. iOS 5 has already been jailbroken
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