News quiz: The week in tech

Google make us feel like dolts, Craigslist gets a bit less adult

Google made searching a smidge faster this week, while proving yet again they really are smarter than the rest of us combined. What else happened? Craigslist responded to complaints from 17 state attorneys general, Mark Hurd got a new gig, Apple opened its App Store kimono, and the planet got a brief reprieve from two boulder-size asteroids. Have you got what it takes to ace our quiz before we're all blown to kingdom come? Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. Now strap on your tinfoil helmets and begin.

1. Google unveiled a whizzier way to search the InterWebs that predicts what you're looking for before you've even finished typing. What are they calling it?

a. Google Predict
b. Google Brain
c. Google Instant
d. Google Insane

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