Q1) He was honoured during the 2012 London Olympics opening ceremony, in which he appeared in person, working with a vintage NeXT at the London Olympic Stadium.He tweeted "This is for everyone", which instantly was spelled out in LCD lights attached to the chairs of the 80,000 people in the audience. Who is being referred to over here?
Q2) X is a privately held manufacturer of electrophoretic displays (EPDs), a kind of electronic paper. It is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and was co-founded in 1997. The company's Vizplex technology is used byNook, Kindle 2, txtr Beagle,Kobo Mini, Barnes & Noble NOOK Simple Touch, Kobo Touch, Sony PRS-T1. Name X!
Q3) Name this Swedish company that launched into fame after its cameras were used in the Apollo missions that landed man on moon. Their newer H-System cameras are market leaders, competing with Sinar, Mamiya and others in the medium-format digital camera market. Since 2012, they have been collaborating extensively with Sony, they also give away an annual award to a photographer 'recognising him for major achievements.'
Q5) X is a 2013 Google India advertisement for Google Search. It was directed by Amit Sharma, written by Sukesh Kumar Nayak, produced by Ogilvy & Mather, and published on YouTube on November 13, 2013. It is about the fictional reunion between two elderly men, Baldev Mehra (Vishwa Mohan Badola) from India and Yusuf (Mysore Shrinivas Sathyu) from Pakistan. They were separated as children during the Partition of India.
It has had a strong impact in both India and Pakistan, leading to hope for the easing of travel restrictions between the two countries. It went viral and was viewed more than 1.6 million times before officially debuting on television on November 15, 2013.
What is X?
Q6) ID the game.
Q7) This is the alternative to BitCoins in which country?
Q8) Who's name has been blanked out?
Q9) X is widely referred to as "CrackBerry" in the United States, which alluded to its excessive use by its owners and is a reference to the addictiveness of crack cocaine. Use of the term "CrackBerry" became so widespread that in November 2006 Webster's New World College Dictionary named "crackberry" the "New Word of the Year."
Q10) Google Doodle to commemorate whom?
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