You don't know tech: InfoWorld news quiz

Feb. 18, 2011: iPhones may get smaller, security firm gets unwelcome caller

Not surprisingly, much of this week's news comes out of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, where smartphones and tablets assumed center stage. But that's not all going down lately. We learned of more dirty dealings in the backrooms of federal security consultants, thanks to timely hacking by Anonymous; a Google employee emerged as a revolutionary hero in Egypt; and IBM's Watson supercomputer took on two human competitors in "Jeopardy" and proceeded to wipe the floor with them. Are you smarter than a supercomputer? Probably not -- but you can still ace our quiz. Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer, and no copying answers off the hard drives of your classmates. Let's begin.

1. Just when you thought it was safe to back into the smartphone pool, rumors emerge about a new iPhone Nano. Yes, really. Which of the following is not one of its alleged features?

a. It will cost around $200 unsubsidized
b. It will be half the size of current iPhones
c. It will offer free data storage in the cloud
d. It will come in white

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