1.) What do you call half a byte? ( To audience)
2.) It's a region of memory which is called a whole data location while data is being moved from one location to another location. What is it technically called?
3.) Entities in the collection, are kept in order & he principle operations are usually , addition to this entity list it normally work in a FIFO ( First In First Out) structure?
4.) It is a better name by which the world knew the Intel x86 & the reason was it was made compatible with something else , hence this name?
5.) Xerox developed this between 1973 & 1975 in many way it redefines modern computing.?
6.) It was started as a research project at Telnor Telecom?
Q1) The current incarnation of this famous website is the result of a March 2000 merger between Confinity and X.com.In Oct 2002 became a wholly owned subsidiary of ebay. Which famous website is this?
Ans: Paypal Inc.
Q2) Which company was founded in 1906 in Rochester , New York as The Haloid Photographic Company,which originally manufactured photographic paper and equipment.?
Q3) World’s largest producer of guided missiles .Established in 1922 the company reincorporated in 1928 & adopted its present name in 1959. What?(hint: and adopted its name by mixing an old French word with a greek meaning ‘ray of lights from the gods’?
Q4) Identify this person?(hint: known as the inventor of computer mouse)
Ans: Douglas Engelbart
Q5) Which company started as Galvin Manufacturing Corporation in 1928, with its first product being a battery eliminator?. It adopted its current name in 1930.
Q6) Contrived acronym was coined in 2000 by Luis von Ahn, Manuel Blum, Nicholas J. Hopper, and John Langford? Carnegie Mellon University attempted to trademark the term, but the trademark application was abandoned on 21 April 2008. It requires the user to type letters or digits from a distorted image that appears on the screen.(picbrain said don’t give ans like Turing Test be specific only the term)
Q7) The term IPTV first appeared in 1995 with the founding of Precept Software by Judith Estrin and Bill Carrico. Precept developed an Internet video product named something which is the future of television.What am I describing? Ans:IPTV(Internet Protocol Television)
Q8) )What is defined as “Collection of duplicating original values stored elsewhere or computed earlier where the original data is inexpensive to fetch “?(pickbrain said its basically a type of memory)?
Q9)Identify the company from its logo?
Q10)Verizon Wireless has released a line of smartphones that go by a name which is a trademark of Lucasfilms Ltd. It It was involved in a lawsuit with Google with a very popular OS. Identify this series of smartphones?
Q11) Started in 1928, as AT&T's Western Electric division , established a division for the specific purpose of installing and servicing their loudspeakers and electronic products for motion picture use. Called "E.R.P.I." (Electrical Research Products, Inc.), it was purchased as part of a consent decree in 1936 by a group of E.R.P.I. executives, including George Carrington, Sr. and Mike Conrow. They changed the name to "All Technical Service Company". How do we know this company today?(pickbrain said see the question carefully it contains the answer itself)
Q12) Identify this creator of USB?
Q13) It is an easy to use Internet service that organizes information on the internet into a series of structured hierarchial menus . Its search engine is Veronica.(pickbrain said it was used by Jerry Yang for inventing the Yahoo database)(options given:archie/gopher/lycos)
Q14) Originally developed by , John W. Backus in late 1953 submitted a proposal to his superiors at IBM to develop a more practical alternative to assembly language for programming their IBM 704 mainframe computer. Which famous programming language which was originally called “speedcoding”?
Q15) Which technology czar has committeed to put aside well over 10%of his wealth for philanthrophic issues . His foundation’s education venture include SSN educational Institute named after his father and is setting up Seven Vidyagyan schools in UP for rural students?
Q16)Identify this nobel laurette?
Q17) The Fujifilm FinePix Real X cameras can take X-dimensional pictures using two lenses, and display them to the naked eye in X format .What is X?.(asked by putting a dash instead of x)
Q18) Lindon Labs headquartered in California launched in June 2003 . It was developed by Philip Rosedale, as a computer hardware allowing people to immerse in a virtual world. In its earliest form, the company struggled to produce a commercial version of the hardware, known as "The Rig", which was realized in prototype form as a clunky steel contraption with computer monitors worn on shoulders.What is this famous in virtual world?
Q19)What is the mascot of Java mascot called?
Ans:Duke the duck
Q20)Identify the logo?
Ans: Blu-Ray Disk