December 14, 2010

Tech Quiz 27

  1. Expand EISA?
    A: Extended Industry Standard Architecture / European Imaging and Sound Association
  2. Magix Table is a product from?
    A: Touch Magix
  3. What is defined as “Machine that fits the human environment instead of forcing humans to enter theirs.”?
    A: Ubiquitous Computing
  4. He is one of the co-founder of SUN Microsystems. In 1995 he left SUN to found Granite Systems, a company focused on developing high speed network switches. Who is the personality?
    A: Andy Bechtolsheim
  5. What would you call the act of registering popular domain names, usually a company name, with an intent of selling it to the rightful owner ?
    A: Cybersquatting
  6. Who is claimed to be the first human to be affected with a computer Virus?
    A: Mark Gasson
  7. In sense of  biomechatronics, what is prosthetic limb ( or prosthesis, prosethic)?
    A: It is an artifical device extension that replaces a missing body part.
  8. Slate 500 is a multi-touch capable slate PC from which company?
    A: HP
  9. It was started in 1996 by Brewster Kahle with a mission “Universal Access to all Knowledge”. What are we describing?
    A: Internet Archive
  10. vPro is a technology of which famous company?
    A: Intel

December 12, 2010

Tech Quiz 26

  1. This device was originated as controls for aircraft ailerons and elevators. Ralph Baer created this device in 1967 for Video games for the first time. What is the device?
    A: Joystick
  2. In 2006, he was awarded the National Medal of Technology for inventing the home console for video games and spawning the video game industry.He is widely regarded as “The Father of Video Games”. Who is the identity?
    A: Ralph H Baer
  3. This website ,which has been launched in 2006, is run by Sunshine Press. This web site has the slogan “We open the government”. Identify the website?
  4. It was orginally started as Radio Manufactures Association(RMA) in 1924. It puts on the Annual International CES (Consumer Electronic Show). What is it?
    A: CEA (Consumer Electronics Association)
  5. “Honeycomb” is the code name of ?
    A: Android 3.0
  6. HTC manufactured the Nexus One phone. Then who manufactured the Nexus S?
    A: Samsung
  7. PenTile matrix family refers to a family of patented subpixel matrix schemes used in electronic device displays. Which company's trademark is PenTile?
    A: Samsung
  8. What would you call a class of mobile device that combine certain features of both smartphone & netbook?
    A: Smartbook
  9. What would you call a class of mobile device that combine certain features of both smartphone & netbook?
    A: Smartbook
  10. Expand TED, which is a global set of conferences curated by the American non-profit Sapling Foundation, formed to disseminate “Ideas worth Spreading”.?
    A: Technology Entertainment and Design

December 11, 2010

Tech Acronyms

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December 8, 2010

Tech Quiz 25

  1. It was founded by Anurag Dod and Gaurav Mishra, two Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi graduates in 2006 with the intent of being a "desi" search engine? what's it?
  2. Historically, it was developed from Telegraphic codes. It’s first commercial use was as a seven-bit teleprinter code promoted by Bell Data Services. What are we discussing?
    A: ASCII
  3. “Read. Share. Explore” is the tag line of?
    A: Shelfari
  4. When was the word “computer” was used for the first time?
    A: AD 1613
  5. Who is internationally recognised as the father of modern digital computer?
    A: George Stibitz
  6. Expand DDoS in sense of computer security?
    A: Distributed Denial of Service
  7. X stands for a thin slice of semi-conductor material, such as a silicon crystal, used in the fabrication of integrated circuits. What is X?
    A: wafer
  8. Expand PCMCIA?
    A: Personal Computer Memory Card International Association
  9. Expand PING?
    A: Packet InterNet Groper
  10. Which company developed the IRIX computer operating system?
    A: Silicon Graphics Inc.