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| Updated on: Feb 06, 2011
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Questions

1. Scott Guilfoyle is the CTO of which online payment vendor?

2. Name the now-discontinued Firefox-based Web browser developed by AT&T.

3. If it is Market for Android and Marketplace for Microsoft, then for whom is it WebOS store?

4. Amazon's latest offering that ‘features works longer than a typical magazine article or “as much as a few chapters of a typical book” is called…?

5. Which cyber-major has decided to invest $100 million in university research in the US, with Stanford being the first hub for the science and technology centre, over the next five years?

6. What was the former name of Indexed DB, the Web browser standard interface, and who initially proposed it?

7. Document Foundation's ‘rebellious' offering against Oracle's open OpenOffice.org is called..?

8. The next generation audio codec from Xiph.org foundation (creator of Vorbis) is called CELT. Expand CELT.

9. Facebook's new initiative that enables advertisers to find mention of their brands and re-utilise them as advertisements on the site is called…?

10. In which specific list released by Apple recently did Doodle Jump and Facebook take the top spot?

Answers

1. PayPal

2. Pogo

3. Hewlett-Packard.

4. Kindle Singles.

5. Intel

6. WebSimpleDB and Oracle.

7. LibreOffice.

8. Constrained Energy Lapped Transform.

9. Sponsored Stories.

10. They are the all-time paid and free top iPhone apps.

Published on February 06, 2011

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