You don't know tech: InfoWorld news quiz

May 6, 2011: Osama's death has world atwitter; Sony's network gets the jitters

There was one big story this week, but it took a few tech twists and turns -- many of them on Twitter. The microblog was where news of Osama bin Laden's demise first spread, as well as a major source of live information and dead misinformation. But it wasn't entirely All Osama, All the Time: Sony's network was breached yet again by hackers, an office rental company was sued for spying on its customers, Intel introduced an even more powerful "3D" chip, and NASA proved Einstein right (again). Now prove you're a tech Einstein by acing our quiz. Each correct answer is worth 10 points. And no, none of the answers are relative. Now begin.

1. When the U.S. took bin Laden down, the word first went out on Twitter. Which tweeter beat the networks to the news?

a. Keith Urbahn
b. Keith Urban
c. Keith Olbermann
d. Keith Richards

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