Info-tech

Quiz

V.V.Ramanan | Updated on January 23, 2011

Going strong. - BHAGYA PRAKASH K

Questions

1. What is the significance of these sentences: ‘Hello, world' And ‘Humor me. Go there and add a little article. It will take all of five or ten minutes.'

2. Rupert Murdoch's proposed but delayed iPad news service is called…?

3. What is the most common name used for the codec also called AVC (Advanced Video Coding), MPEG-4 Part 10 or JVT?

4. Who co-founded Atari along with Nolan Bushnell?

5. Steve Chang is the chairman of which security software maker?

6. Expand DKIM that “…allows an organization to take responsibility for transmitting a message, in a way that can be verified by a recipient.”

7. Which hit social game from Zynga recently topped 100 million monthly active users on Facebook?

8. Apple's IEEE 1394 High Speed Serial Bus is better known as…?

9. What is the Ngram Viewer?

10. Which computer giant recently got a patent from the US Patent and Trademark Office for powering electronic items such as notebook, tablet or phone partially with solar power?

Answers

1. These sentences were used to start off Wikipedia in 2001.

2. ‘The Daily'

3. H.264.

4. Al Acorn.

5. Trend Micro.

6. DomainKeys Identified Mail.

7. CityVille.

8. FireWire.

9. Launched by Google, it lets one trace the usage of a word or phrase during the past five centuries!

10. Apple.

Published on January 23, 2011

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