The week started with an Apple product and software showcase at its World Wide Developers Conference on Monday and has ended with a hung Parliament after the snap general election.

Suffice to say it has been a busy week, and then Infosecurity 2017 was added into the mix with a range of Silicon interviews and hot takes from the cyber security world.

Quiz time

And there’s plenty more to read across the pages of Silicon. Once you’re done, or if you’re ready to go, then give our week in review tech quiz a try and see if your powers of recall are still sharp after a hectic week!

If you want a further challenge, why not give our weekly thematic quizzes a go; this week it’s all about government and public sector IT.

Take our week in review quiz!

Roland Moore-Colyer

As News Editor of Silicon UK, Roland keeps a keen eye on the daily tech news coverage for the site, while also focusing on stories around cyber security, public sector IT, innovation, AI, and gadgets.

Recent Posts

NHS Staff Say New Tech Will Treat Extra 18.6 Million Patients A Year

Research from Virgin Media O2 Business finds majority of NHS staff believe new tech will…

5 hours ago

Alphabet Q2 Beats Expectations, But Shares Dip

Despite share buyback and positive Q2 results, Alphabet's share price falls over YouTube slowdown and…

6 hours ago

Google Cancels Plan To Axe Third Party Cookies For Chrome Browser

Better switch to Firefox? After years of delays, Google performs u-turn and will no longer…

7 hours ago

Meta Releases Open Source Llama 3.1 AI Model

Release of latest AI model, Llama 405B, offers improved reasoning capabilities especially for math and…

8 hours ago

Microsoft Blames 2009 EU Agreement For World’s Biggest IT Outage

Redmond says EU deal gave CrowdStrike the keys to the Windows kernel, allowing last week's…

12 hours ago