Stop us if you've heard this one: Steve Jobs unveiled the latest in the iPhone series this week, and despite more advance publicity than Apple ever intended, thanks to some nosy bloggers, Jobs still managed to pull off a few surprises. What's less surprising: AT&T is in hot water with customers for yet another gaffe, while BP earned itself yet more bad PR. Google unveiled two new features that users seem to both love and hate. And California is chock-full of former Silicon Valley types looking to dip their toes (and their bank accounts) in politics. Do you have what it takes to ace our quiz? Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. Now go out there and vote.
1. In what is likely the worst-kept secret in Apple's history, Steve Jobs unveiled the fourth-generation iPhone this week. Which of the following features was not revealed?
a. iPhone-to-iPhone video calls
b. Front- and rear-facing cameras
c. High-res "retina display"
d. Native support for Google Voice