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Super Bowl leftovers: This week's Silicon Tally

Feb 7, 2014
30 million views, 31.8 coins, and 5 million times a day ... know what those numbers mean? Must be another Silicon Tally!
Posted In: Super Bowl, Cryptocurrency, Microsoft, quiz

Free Bieber dot com? This week's Silicon Tally

Jan 31, 2014
How closely have you been following the week in tech news? Take the quiz and put your knowledge to the test.
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Quiz: Which country gets most of its energy from renewable resources?

Jan 3, 2014
Which country gets most of its energy from renewable resources?
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New Year's hangover edition: This week's Silicon Tally

Jan 3, 2014
32,256 LED lights, 4.6 million phone numbers and $6.99 ... know what those numbers mean? Must be another Silicon Tally!
Posted In: silicon tally, quiz

Christmas recap edition: This week's Silicon Tally

Dec 27, 2013
60 million coins, 300 hours and $3.58. Know what those numbers mean? Must be another Silicon Tally!
Posted In: silicon tally, Tech, quiz

Now with 50 percent less Bitcoin: This week's Silicon Tally

Dec 20, 2013
$9600, 1 billion and 80 percent. What do these numbers mean? Take the quiz and find out!
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Quiz: How does the U.S. stack up to other countries in competitiveness?

Aug 14, 2013
In which category does the U.S. rank first in the Global Competitiveness Report?
Posted In: competitiveness, quiz, World Economic Forum

Globalist Quiz: Poverty in America versus the rest of the world

Jan 31, 2013
With nearly 50 million Americans living beneath the poverty line, we put poverty into perspective with today's quiz.
Posted In: quiz, poverty

Globalist Quiz: The high price of natural disasters

Jan 29, 2013
Three months after 'Superstorm' Sandy ripped through the Northeast, the Senate has approved $50 billion in emergency relief. The high cost of natural disasters is the subject of today's quiz.
Posted In: quiz, Hurricane Sandy, natural disasters

The record of peace in the European Union

Dec 11, 2012
The European Union, and the euro -- for all its faults -- has been credited with keeping the continent relatively peaceful of late. And European peace is the subject of our quiz this morning.
Posted In: European Union, Nobel Prize, war, quiz

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