(TF)(Watson)The supercomputer Watson was named after IBM’s first president, Thomas J. Watson.
(TF)(Oracle)Sun Microsystems is now a part of Oracle Corporation.
(TF)(Java)Denis Ritchie is the creator of the Java programming language.
(TF)(Logitech)Logitech is headquartered in Switzerland.
(TF)(QWERTY)The term ‘QWERTY” comes from the first six letters appearing on the top row of letters on standard keyboards.
(TF)(iPod)The first generation iPod classic had a colour screen.
(TF)(Xerox)The Xerox 914 was named so because it could copy originals upto 9 inches by 14 inches.
(TF)(Chimney)Faber, an Italian company, invented the motor-powered electric kitchen chimney in 1963.
(TF)(Petbook)As a joke , Toshiba advertised a laptop called “Petbook’ that is supposedly intended for dogs.
(Direct)(Entertainment)Who was the only fictional character to be appointed as the brand ambassador of Omega Watches?
Ans. JAMES BOND
(Direct)(Boombox)This gadget is called “Beolit 39” which company’s first radio was this?
Ans. BANG AND OLUFSEN
(Direct)(WWW)Who created a mapping software named World Wind which displays imagery of stars and galactic in addition to views of Earth?
(Direct)(Personalities)Identify this personality.
Ans. STEVE WAZNIAK
(Direct)(Gaming)Identify this game.
Ans. ASSASSIN’S CREED
(Direct)(Landmarks)The prime minister of which country made the world’s first commercial GSM call in 1991?
(Direct)(Innovations)What did Mary Anderson invent in 1903 to help streetcars operate safely in the rain?
Ans. WINDSHIELD WIPER
(Direct)(Terminologies)In electronic communication, what does Am stand for?
Ans. AMPLITUDE MODULATION
(Direct)(Companies)Which company was named after the founder Mitch Kapor’s favourite yoga position?
Ans. LOTUS SOFTWARE
(Buzzer)()What does this symbol represent?
Ans. WI FI
(Buzzer)()In which social networking site will you find features such as circles, sparkles, ripples and hangouts?
Ans. GOOGLE PLUS
(Buzzer)()who offers its DTH services in India under the name DD Direct +?
(Buzzer)()Which company’s tag line is “For those who do”?