It’s been an eventful news year in technology, from someone unleashing the super-sophisticated Flame malware to anti-virus tycoon John McAfee’s run from police in a murder case. Apple decided it needed a mini iPad. Cisco CEO John Chambers hinted at his retirement. Congress attacked Huawei. It’s a lot to keep track of, but here’s a brief quiz to see how well you kept up with the tech news of 2012. Keep track of your score and see at the end how you measure up.
From the Facebook IPO to McAfee on the run to the much needed iPad Mini, 2012 has been a busy and wild year in technology
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