An anonymous reader writes "During several months of 2009, Moscow police looked at fake pictures displayed on their monitors instead of what was supposed to be video from the city surveillance cams. The subcontractor providing the cams was paid on the basis of 'the number of working cams,' so he delivered pre-cooked pictures stored on his servers. The camera company CEO has been arrested."
poser101 writes "According to breaking news from ABC News, Apple has unveiled their new iPhone and Widescreen iPod. ABC has not posted much information on the two devices yet, but according to the "Breaking News" headline, the iPhone will deliver music and videos and will also take phone calls. The iPhone will apparenly feature buttons that change according to the context in which the phone is being used."
necro81 writes "As reported by Engadget's blow-by-blow of Steve Job's keynote at Macworld Expo, Apple's new phone (still called the iPhone, despite that name already being taken) is a smartphone-PDA that runs OS X (embedded), has a 160 ppi 3.5" screen, has a full-szied touchpad (no stylus), syncs via iTunes to OS X or Windows and, of course, is an iPod. The phone communicates to the outside world via GSM, EDGE, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.0, and Dock connector."
192939495969798999 writes "CNN reports that Apple has unveiled the iPhone, the Apple TV service and also that they will be selling movies from Paramount Pictures for the iPod. Steve Jobs says, "Every once in a while a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything..." here's to hoping it's as big as the original Macintosh all over again!"
cangeceiro writes "http://www.macworld.com/news/2007/01/09/liveupdat
The appletv wireless connects your digital media to your widescreen TV, said Jobs. The device includes power, USB 2.0, Ethernet, built-in Wi-Fi, HDMI, component video, audio and optical audio ports on its back.
The appletv is capable of displaying 720p HD video, and incorporates its own 40GB hard drive, said Jobs — capable of storing up to 50 hours of video."
b0s0z0ku writes "In his keynote speech at MacWorld 2007, Steve Jobs is now talking about the specifications of the long-rumored Apple iPhone. Scroll down to the bottom of the article for pictures. The phone is a tablet about the size of a Blackberry with touch screen and no keypad, and it runs a version of OS X!"
Leo (666) writes "Steve Jobs just announced IPhone at MacWorld. Nice."