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  1. 1. iT
  2. 2. Connect
  3. 3. Answer• Currently only in Japan• Founded as Beverly Hills Internet (BHI)• Yahoo bought geocities• That’s the first logo of geocities• The company created its own Web directory, organized thematically in six "neighborhoods". Eg: TimesSquare and Arcade – Computer and video games• And CapeCanaveral and Lab – Science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and aviation
  4. 4. Connect
  5. 5. Ovi• Finnish word for door• Nokia old logo• Nokia Ovi suite – for photosharing• N gage – ovi mobile gaming platform• Ovi Share – originally called Twango
  6. 6. Connect
  7. 7. Ans network topologies
  8. 8. Connect
  9. 9. Ans = Namco• Merger with Bandai• Bought Atari for some time• Namco museum• Founded by Nakamura (footballer also called Nakamura). Namco stands for Nakamura Manufacturing Co.• Namco ‘s most popular creation: Pacman
  10. 10. Connect (hard)
  11. 11. Answer• Robotic Surgery• Puma, Zeus and Da Vinci , surgery performing robots
  12. 12. Connect
  13. 13. StumbleUpon• Logo• Ram Shriram ( founding board member of Google and one of the first investors in Google. He earlier served as an officer of• Ebay owned the company from 2007-2009• Garrett Camp, founder
  14. 14. Connect
  15. 15. Answer = Sify• Founded and based in Chennai• Mr. Raju Vegesna, the enterpreneur who has made several billion dollars with his other company Serverworks, now runs Sify.• Mr. Raju Vegesna was also CEO of a Silicon Valley start-up company, ServerEngines, until it was purchased in 2010 by Emulex.• formerly Sify Limited and Satyam Infoway Limited• Sify iway• Kite in logo
  16. 16. Connect
  17. 17. Answer = Fujitsu• Spin off of Fuji Electric Company• An NTT DoCoMo F-10A mobile phone produced by Fujitsu.• In October 2007, Fujitsu launched its new $10 million facility in Noida, India.• PRIMERGY, Fujitsus server family• LIFEBOOK, AMILO Fujitsus range of notebook computers and tablet PCs.
  18. 18. Connect
  19. 19. Answer = McAfee• John McAfee• His Yoga dvd• McAfee received a copy of the Pakistani Brain computer virus and began developing software to combat viruses.• He started a new venture in the field of bacterial quorum sensing; a company called QuorumEx• Intel agreed to purchase McAfee for $7.68 billion (£5 billion)
  20. 20. Connect
  21. 21. Answer = Greasemonkey• Logo• Firefox extension• allows users to install scripts that make on- the-fly changes to HTML web page content on the DOMContentLoaded event, which happens immediately after it is loaded in the browser (also known as augmented browsing).• Grease Monkey is a comic book created by Tim Eldred.
  23. 23. Bonus Question 1• High frequency :• Low frequency : ?
  24. 24. Answer• Woofer.• Woofer is from the onomatopoeic English word for a dogs bark, "woof" (in contrast to the name used for speakers designed to reproduce high-frequency sounds, tweeter).
  25. 25. Bonus Question 2• What is the name spelt with?
  26. 26. Answer• Xenon atoms .• each dot in the picture is a single atom, and the letters are 5 nanometres tall.
  27. 27. Good luckThose are Xenon atoms