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What important event did you miss in cyberspace last week? Find out with this fun quiz.

1. After the recent MS Blast worm attack, which virus kept information technology workers working overtime?

a) Sobig.F
b) SoSmall.C
c) Sobig.A

2. Which country has announced a campaign to beat US-based search engine, Google?

b) Korea
a) China
c) Thailand

Wrong! Try again..
Wrong! The correct answer is China.
Huicong International Software's search tool, which covers 200 million Chinese-language Web pages, has incorporated topic categorisation, content analysis and China-region recognition into its engine.
Correct!
Huicong International Software's search tool, which covers 200 million Chinese-language Web pages, has incorporated topic categorisation, content analysis and China-region recognition into its engine.

3. MusicNow has made more than 2000 songs of a rock legend available online. Name him.

a) Billy Vaughn
b) Neil Young
c) Elvis Presley

Wrong! Try again..
Wrong! The correct answer is Elvis Presley.
The digital music service provider launched an all-Elvis online radio channel that offers more than 2,000 songs by one of rock's most enduring legends.
Correct!
The digital music service provider launched an all-Elvis online radio channel that offers more than 2,000 songs by one of rock's most enduring legends.

4. The latest upgrade of which popular messenger blocks third party instant messenger products like Trillian?

a) MSN
b) Yahoo!
c) ICQ

Wrong! Try again..
Wrong! The correct answer is MSN messenger.
Microsoft is forcing people to upgrade to newer versions of its instant messenger application and is shutting its doors to third-party IM products such as Trillian.
Correct!
Microsoft is forcing people to upgrade to newer versions of its instant messenger application and is shutting its doors to third-party IM products such as Trillian.

5.Which Prime Minister recently set up a public email address?

a) AB Vajpayee
b) Tony Blair
c) John Howard

Wrong! Try again..
Wrong! The correct answer is Tony Blair.
Downing Street has set up the first public email address for the Prime Minister, who can now be contacted via the 10 Downing Street site.
Correct!
Downing Street has set up the first public email address for the Prime Minister, who can now be contacted via the 10 Downing Street site.



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