FORTUNE -- Help me out here, Mac experts. The computer being hauled out of Paula Broadwell's home (with her permission) by FBI agents as part of their investigation of the Petraeus affair looks to me like an Apple (AAPL) iMac circa 2009. Can you confirm or deny?
Below: An annotated photo of the back of a 2009 iMac from Apple's spec sheet.
The Agency's country-by-county Internet count plays catch-up to Wikipedia
The last time we visited the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency's World Factbook -- a document that is supposed to be updated every week -- its "country comparison" list of Internet users seemed woefully out of date. Specifically, its December count of Internet users in China (298 million) differed from Wikipedia's (425 million) by 127 million people.
Wikipedia's numbers struck us as more credible MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Apr 1, 2011 8:25 AM ET
The numbers in the Central Intelligence Agency's Factbook are nearly three years out of date
The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency has its priorities, but keeping track of who's using the Internet doesn't seem to be one of them.
Take, for example, China.
According to the current edition of the CIA's World Factbook -- updated within the last two weeks -- there are 298 million Internet users in the world's most populous nation.
According to MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Dec 4, 2010 3:16 PM ET
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