Q4)On 21 March 2005, _______founded ______Limited, a Hong Kong-based file hosting and sharing business that eventually became the 13th most popular site on the internet with over 150 employees, US$175 million revenues, 50 million visitors daily.
Answer:Kim Dotcom or Kim Schmitty megaupload.com
Q5)A __________is a type of a contest for finding a Google search query consisting of exactly two words without quotation marks, that returns exactly one hit.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR ROUND 2 Direct Question =+20 and -10 Pass Question = +10 and -5 Time Limit = 1 minute
Q1)Ericsson, A Denmark basedcompany started working on a devicewhich establishes radio links betweenportable devices. Jim Kardman namedthe technology _____________ afterthe 10th century Viking king HaroldBlatand who liked eating Blueberries.What is the name of the technology?
Answer:“Bluetooth” because of the teethcoloration after eating blueberries.
When the Internet was still verymuch under the spell of bare Unixshells and Gopher, an ambitiousgroup of scientists at CERN startedworking on the World Wide Web.In an office on the fourth floor theyplaced the World Wide Webscentral database. Some faultyrequests were answered with astandard message: “___________”
The company name comes from the name of a stream originating on Black Mountain in Santa Clara County, California, United States, which ran behind the houses of John Warnock and Charles Geschke, the founders of this company. Which company am I talking about?
Answer: Adobe. The name of the stream is Adobe Creek.
Harvey Ball, co-owner of an advertisingand public relations firm designed the_______in 1964 to help ease theacrimonious aftermath following themerger of two insurance companies:State Mutual Life Assurance Company.State Mutual planned up a “friendshipcampaign” to get employees to smilewhenever they answered the phone,paid a claim, or typed a report. What isit that he designed?
Answer:The doodle that Google India put on its home page to celebrate Childrens Day, the birthday of the first Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, was created by Varsha Gupta, a Class III student from Ryan International School, Greater Noida. Varsha was chosen as the winner of this years Doodle 4 Google competition organised by Google.
Answer:Snapdeal has adopted a remote village in Uttar Pradesh and enabled clean drinking water facilities for its people by installing manual pumps. To show their gratitude, the village’s residents have decided to rename their village to Snapdeal.com Nagar, actually taking the company by surprise.
Answer:Apple is building what is sure to be the coolest office building ever in Cuptertino, CA Known as “Apple Campus 2″ to the city, the project will be built on a 175 acre area The total building will be approximately 2.8 million square feet, will feature a 1,000 seat auditorium, a fitness center, 300,000 square feet of research facilities, a power plant, and underground parking. What you really need to see is what it looks like: a giant, flying saucer-like loop.
What is the name of this NobelLaureate who had a cameo appearanceas himself in "The TerminatorDecoupling", episode 17 of the secondseason of The Big Bang Theory.
Instructions5 common questions for all teams.Each team writes the answer on paper.If 1 team gets the answer right they get 25 points.If 2 teams get the answer right both get 20 points eachIf 3 teams get the answer right all three get 15 points eachIf 4 teams get the answer right all four get 10 points.If all 5 teams get the answer right 5 points for all teams.
Instructions: Maximum Of 10 Questions for each team. Time Limit: 1 Minute. No negetive. +5 for each right answer. If you do not know the answer, say pass.
In 1991, a small group of engineerscalled the "Green Team" believedthat the next wave in computingwas the union of digital consumerdevices and computers. Led byJames Gosling, the team workedaround the clock and created theprogramming language that wouldrevolutionize our world. What didthey create?