Sunday, December 25, 2011


                                               IDENTIFY THE LOGO

                                                  answer added on 1/1/2012
VMware Thinapp
VMware ThinApp (formerly Thinstall) is an application virtualization and portable application creator suite by VMware that can package conventional applications so that they become portable applications. According to VMware, the product has a success rate of about 90-95% in packaging applications

Thursday, December 22, 2011

TCS IT Wiz 2011 Nationals

Here are some questions from TCS IT Wiz 2011 Nationals

Ans:Amazon silk(a web browser for Kindle Fire)


 Ans:Sabeer Bhatia(He is a member of Trinamool Congress,he co-founded SabseBolo,Jaxtr was acquired by Sabsebolo)

3.Find out the missing words?
Announcing a new era of _____ ______
Ans:Integrated Electronics

4. Who along with Dennis Crowley........[Buzzer]
ans:Naveen Selvadurai (founded Foursquare)
5. California's Governer Jery Brown on the 16th of October declared.......[Buzzer]
ans:Steve Jobs day
6.It was originally created on the influence by the rotation of the Alonzo Church lamda calculus...[Buzzer]
7.4K is an emergence standard for resolution in Digital film and computing graphics.....[Buzzer]
 8.What did Steve Jobs Publically do to promote touch screen in iPhone?
Ans:He started wearing Turtile Neck T Shirts
9. which concept was used in IBM 701 computer having load button by which simple instruction or programme gets complicatd system instructions or programs?

Sunday, December 18, 2011


                                               IDENTIFY THE LOGO

Syntrillium Software

It is Syntrillium Software.Adobe acquired it in 2003,adding Adobe Audition to its product line

Friday, December 16, 2011


                                                  IDENTIFY THE LOGO

Google Currents
Google currents is a new application for Android devices, iPads tablets and iPhones that lets you explore online contents like magazines and blogs and so more just with the swipe of your finger. Google currents have already more than 180 editon including CNET, Tech Crunch,  Mashable,  AllThingsD, Forbes , PBS, Huffington Post, Fast Company and more. The content offering by currents is fully optimized for smart phones and tablets that allows you to easily navigate between words pictures and video on large and small screens alike, it does matter you are online or offline.

Sunday, December 11, 2011


1.Which company’s vision statement is to “Empower Indians to create and share information and in the process, discover people”?
2.Name Microsoft’s animated search engine to showcase its Silverlight animation and video player.
3.Which cyber-major has bought e-mail software provider Zimbra for about $350 million?
4.What is SAP’s unveiled mid-market on-demand service called?
A:Business ByDesign
5.Which game console was designed by Shin’ichi Ogasawara?
A:Playstation Portable
6.Who, together with Sir Tim Berners-Lee, developed the World Wide Web?
A:Robert Cailliau.
7.Which cyber-legend’s private asset management company is called Vulcan Inc?
A:Paul Allen
8.What is Google’s “networking service for coordinating location-based social interactions between mobile users” called?
9.In the context of YouTube, what first does Bob Tur, a chopper-piloting journalist, have?
A:He was the first to file a copyright lawsuit against YouTube.
10.Whose tagline reads ‘investing, simplified’?

Wednesday, December 7, 2011


                                                 IDENTIFY THE PERSON

Vannevar Bush
Vannevar Bush  was an American engineer and science administrator known for his work on analog computing, his political role in the development of the atomic bomb as a primary organizer of the Manhattan Project, the founding of Raytheon, and the idea of the memex, an adjustable microfilm viewer which is somewhat analogous to the structure of the World Wide Web. More specifically, the memex worked as a memory bank to organize and retrieve data. As Director of the Office of Scientific Research and Development, Bush coordinated the activities of some six thousand leading American scientists in the application of science to warfare.

Friday, December 2, 2011


                                            IDENTIFY THE PERSON

                                                  answer added on 7/12/2011
Andrew Herbert
Andrew James Herbert  is a British computer scientist, formerly Chairman of Microsoft Research, for the Europe, Middle East and Africa region.

Herbert received a BSc in computational science from the Leeds University in 1975, and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Cambridge University in 1978 for his work on "A Microprogrammed Operating System Kernel".

In 1978 he started working at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory as assistant professor under Maurice Wilkes and Roger Needham in the Computer Laboratory worked with others on the "Cambridge Model Distributed System". In 1985 he left Cambridge to found his own contract research company (Architecture Projects Ltd - APM Ltd), which led projects to develop ANSA, the Advanced Network Systems Architecture