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

1. Which software company launched a new service to host online meetings and conferences for companies?

a) Microsoft
b) Oracle
c) Sybase

2. Which technology news Web site celebrated its seventh birthday?

b) ZDNet
a) CNet
c) Wired News

Wrong! Try again..
Wrong! The correct answer is CNet.
News.com celebrated seven years of award winning tech journalism this month. In this article, Jai Singh, its founder and editor-in-chief, shares his vision for the next seven years.
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News.com celebrated seven years of award winning tech journalism this month. In this article, Jai Singh, its founder and editor-in-chief, shares his vision for the next seven years.

3. A new email scam is targeting customers of a bank in Britain to reveal their confidential details. What is the name of the bank?

a) Bank of England
b) Barclays
c) Citibank

Wrong! Try again..
Wrong! The correct answer is Barclays.
The email sent to Barclays clients under the guise of initiating a technical update of their account, takes the customer to a page with a Barclays logo. It then asks the customer to fill in data such as membership number and password. The details could be used to withdraw funds and transfer them to various accounts.
Correct!
The email sent to Barclays clients under the guise of initiating a technical update of their account, takes the customer to a page with a Barclays logo. It then asks the customer to fill in data such as membership number and password. The details could be used to withdraw funds and transfer them to various accounts.

4. In which European country were the results of an election announced on the Internet via Web services?

a) Sweden
b) Switzerland
c) Denmark

Wrong! Try again..
Wrong! The correct answer is Sweden.
The system was used to deliver the results on a referendum asking voters whether Sweden should join the European Monetary Union and adopt the Euro currency.
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The system was used to deliver the results on a referendum asking voters whether Sweden should join the European Monetary Union and adopt the Euro currency.

5. The Beatles management company, which looked after the business interests of the Fab Four, has sued a computer company for trademark violation. Which is it?

a) IBM
b) Apple
c) AOL

Wrong! Try again..
Wrong! The correct answer is Apple.
Apple Corps., the company formed in 1968 by the Beatles to manage its business interests and serve as the band's music label, has sued Apple Computers, insisting the computer maker's iTunes online music store breaches the band's trademark.
Correct!
Apple Corps., the company formed in 1968 by the Beatles to manage its business interests and serve as the band's music label, has sued Apple Computers, insisting the computer maker's iTunes online music store breaches the band's trademark.



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