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12Jun/12

iSpy: Apple Spy Planes @ WWDC

Attention sunbathers:

Why are these 1960's spys looking to the sky? Perhaps they're eyeing the competition.

Apple made many notable announcements at yesterday's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). But less attention has gone to the fleet of spy planes bringing Apple's new aerial mapping software down to earth.

Also eyeing the competition is Google, who's mapping software will be replaced by Apple's new offering in iOS devices this Fall. Similarly, Google is said to have launched its own fleet of spy planes. Making the friendly skies a little less so.

With a resolution capible of focusing on objects as small as four inches, sunbathers might want to embrace their tan lines this Summer.

See: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2157582/Google-Apples-spy-planes-sun-lounger-sights.html#ixzz1xdA50Uyf

 

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About Jeff M. Fischbach

http://www.twitter.com/FischTech Jeff Michael Fischbach is founder and President of SecondWave Information Systems (SecondWave.com), a consulting firm specializing in Forensic Technology. Since 1994, he has served as a board member and technology adviser to numerous professional organizations and corporations. Mr. Fischbach has been engaged as a litigation consultant and Forensic Examiner, offering expert advice and oversight on matters involving intellectual property, computers, information systems, satellite, tracking and wireless communications technologies. He has advised law enforcement, foreign government representatives, judges, lawyers and the press.
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