Friday, February 4, 2011

CURRENT AFFAIRS QUIZ FEBRUARY 2011 | SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY | INTERNET | IT | GOOGLE | FACEBOOK

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1. Google has accused Microsoft of cheating after discovering that the search engine of Microsoft named Bing is just displaying the copied results from Google search results. They conducted an investigation named _________________ and detected that for senseless searches like 'hggdfdr' Bing delivers the same results as that of Google. Fill in the blank which is nothing but the name of the operation.

2. The declaration to observe the year 2011 as  The International Year of ________ will launch on 2 February, 2011, at the General Assembly Hall in New York City.


3.What is the latest version of Google's Android OS which has been specifically optimised for tablets? They aim at ramping up the competition with Apple's iPad.


4. Who is the Sydney-based co-founder of Google Maps who quit his job and joined  Facebook recently?

5. Scientists of which university are a step closer to creating a cloaking device after   making an object visible to the naked eye disappear for the first time?
  They have successfully conducted experiments to make paper clips invisible.


6. Facebook is all set to launch their full-fledged email platform along with @facebook.com addresses for users. How is this revolutionary web email product known within Facebook?


Mark Zukerberg

7. Google recently settled a trademark dispute with Australian business Groggle and got their name changed to Drinkle. Again a new issue has risen. For which TM name Google is involved in dispute?

8.The IPV4 address collection (IP address: 121.66.xx.yy) had 4294967296 IP addresses. All of them were completely distributed recently. Which organisation is responsible for the distribution of IP address and domain names worldwide?

3 comments:

computronics said...

pls post the answers

DEREK said...

please post the answers

'DASHING' SINGH said...

1. 'BING STING'
2. International Year of Forests
3. ANDROID 3.0 , NAME IS 'HONEYCOMB'
4. 'Lars Rasmussen'
5. BIRMINGHAM UNIVERSITY
6. Project Titan
7. ***** dint found the answer the latest one I found was groggle (talked about) before that was 'groovle.com'. The fact is google has complained 64 cases since '01 and have won in 62 cases. latest and 2nd defeat was to 'groovle.com'
8. IETF : Internet Engineering Task Force