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Exercise :: Technology - Latest Current Affairs

  • Technology - Latest Current Affairs
1. 

Recently, Facebook launched food delivery service in

A. China
B. India
C. Saudi Arabia
D. United States

Answer: Option D

Explanation:

Facebook launched a service in the United States, through which users can order food and get it delivered by using Facebook's app or website. The feature allows users to browse nearby restaurants by visiting the 'Order Food' section on Facebook's 'Explore' menu. The social media giant has partnered with food ordering services like Delivery.com for the same. Restaurant partners include Chipotle, Five Guys, Papa John's and Jack in the Box.

2. 

Which of the following launched Hindi Twitter account for U-17 Word Cup?

A. UEFA (Union of European Football Associations)
B. International Federation of Football Association (FIFA)
C. AFC - Asian Football Confederation
D. OFC - Oceania Football Confederation

Answer: Option B

Explanation:

The International Federation of Football Association (FIFA) launched a new Hindi Twitter account for the U-17 WC. This is the first-ever FIFA event which is being hosted by India and this will help keep Indian fans abreast regarding the progress of the 52-match tournament. The account will keep fans updated on the progress of the 52-match tournament, taking them on a journey across all six venues, as 24 teams compete for one trophy.

3. 

Which mobile network signed a MoU with Chinese firm, ZTE for 5G Technology in New Delhi?

A. BSNL
B. Jio
C. Airtel
D. Vodafone

Answer: Option A

Explanation:

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Chinese firm, ZTE, at India Mobile Congress (IMC), in New Delhi. BSNL and ZTE would work together on technologies like Pre5G and 5G wireless systems, in order to make a virtual network architecture of a 5G eco system, for research and commercialization in India. Department of Telecom (DoT) expects that 5G will help the digital transformation of E-governance, education, finance, smart city and many other sectors.

4. 

Which company launched Mosquito repelling phone K7i recently?

A. Lenevo
B. LG
C. Micromax
D. Samsung

Answer: Option B

Explanation:

LG has unveiled a smartphone that has a Mosquito Away technology. The LG K7i features a tech that will keep mosquitoes away from you. With a not so exciting spec sheet, the mosquito repelling feature is its only USP. It uses ultrasonic noise which is inaudible to humans but not to mosquitoes, protecting you from bites while the phone is in your vicinity.

5. 

Twitter announces test project allowing Tweets to be expanded from ____________ Characters.

A. 140 to 250
B. 140 to 280
C. 130 to 250
D. 130 to 280

Answer: Option B

Explanation:

Twitter announced a test project allowing tweets to be expanded to 280 characters double the existing limit in the latest effort to boost flagging growth at the social network. The main aim to address a major cause of frustration for many users. It became a public company in 2013 and reported a profit even though it has built a loyal base of celebrities, journalist and political figures.