Tuesday, October 30, 2012


1. Solar power generates electricity from what source? The Sun
2. Did the Apple iPhone first become available in 2005, 2006 or 2007? 2007
3. In terms of computing, what does CPU stand for? Central Processing Unit
4. True or false? Nintendo was founded after the year 1900. False - 1889
5. The Hubble Space Telescope is named after which American astronomer? Edwin Hubble
6. Is the wavelength of infrared light too long or short to be seen by humans? Long
7. Firefox, Opera, Chrome, Safari and Explorer are types of what? Web browsers
8. True or false? Gold is not a good conductor of electricity? False
9. The technologically advanced humanoid robot ASIMO is made by which car company? Honda
10. True or false? Atomic bombs work by atomic fission. True
11. In terms of computing, what does ROM stand for? Read Only Memory
12. Did the original Sony Playstation use CDs or cartridges to play games? CDs
13. What is the Earth’s primary source of energy? The Sun
14. IBM is a well known computer and information technology company, what does IBM stand for? International Business Machines
15. Along with whom did Bill Gates found Microsoft?
Paul Allen
16. What science fiction writer wrote the three laws of robotics? Isaac Asimov
17. True or false? In computing, keyboards are used as input devices. True
18. What does the abbreviation WWW stand for? World Wide Web
19. Nano, Shuffle, Classic and Touch are variations of what? The Apple iPod
20. True or false? DNA is an abbreviation for ‘Deoxyribonucleic acid’. True

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