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Quiz on Science and Technology-Sept 9


  1. Who claimed responsibility for hacking the systems of the global travel booking giant Sabre?
  2. How much data did the Dunghill Leak group allege they took from Sabre?
  3. Which smartphone brand is set to fully adopt the new self-developed Kirin processors starting in 2024?
  4. Which company is likely to be impacted the most by Huawei’s decision on processors?
  5. What happened to the Netflix software engineer, Yohannes Kidane, in the US?
  6. When is NASA’s Psyche mission set to liftoff?
  7. What percentage of Indian government and essential services saw a significant increase in disruptive cyberattacks in 2022-2023?
  8. Which virus is responsible for causing Covid-19?
  9. Why do people lose their sense of smell and taste with Covid-19?
  10. What new features is Snapchat planning to roll out for protection of teenagers?
  11. What defines high blood pressure according to a recent study?
  12. What vulnerabilities did Apple recently fix on iPhones?
  13. What new term is replacing “tweet” on Elon Musk-run X?
  14. What notable term has been completely removed and replaced by X?
  15. What commitment did Microsoft make regarding its AI Copilot services and copyright challenges?
  16. Which online grocery delivery company recently elevated Ankit Agarwal’s position?
  17. What was Ankit Agarwal’s role before becoming Chief Product Officer at Zepto?


  1. The Dunghill Leak group.
  2. They claimed to have taken about 1.3 terabytes of data.
  3. Huawei.
  4. Qualcomm.
  5. Yohannes Kidane died by suicide at the San Francisco Bay.
  6. The mission is set to launch on October 5, 10.38 a.m. EDT.
  7. 67 per cent.
  8. SARS-CoV-2.
  9. The virus can infect sensory neurons which affect the peripheral nervous system.
  10. Features to protect teens from being contacted by strangers, provide age-appropriate viewing, and remove accounts promoting age-inappropriate content.
  11. Blood pressure measures greater than or equal to 130/80 mm Hg.
  12. Two zero-day vulnerabilities linked to NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware.
  13. “Post”.
  14. “Twitter”.
  15. Microsoft will defend and cover the costs for any commercial customer sued for copyright infringement when using Microsoft’s Copilots.
  16. Zepto.
  17. He was the SVP of Product.

Quiz on Science and Technology-July 4

  1. What breakthrough has Toyota made in battery technology for electric vehicles? Answer: They can halve the weight, size, and cost of batteries.
  2. By when does Toyota plan to roll out cars with advanced solid-state batteries? Answer: 2025
  3. How many participants will embark on NASA’s first one-year analogue mission to simulate living on Mars? Answer: Four
  4. What is the name of the ground-based mission at NASA’s Johnson Space Center? Answer: CHAPEA (Crew Health and Performance Exploration Analog)
  5. What is the research finding about the cause of long Covid? Answer: It is not caused by an immune inflammatory reaction to Covid-19.
  6. What percentage of manufacturing companies hit by ransomware attacks had their data encrypted? Answer: 68 percent
  7. How many engineers will Alstom India onboard for its young engineering graduate programme? Answer: 700
  8. Who announced the reopening of sign-ups for Twitter rival Bluesky? Answer: Bluesky, backed by Jack Dorsey
  9. Which two new outdoor smartwatch series did Garmin launch? Answer: fenix 7 Pro and epix Pro series
  10. Which enterprise IT company plans to manufacture high-volume servers worth $1 billion in India? Answer: Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
  11. How many closest approaches to the Sun has NASA’s Parker Solar Probe completed? Answer: 16
  12. On June 22, how close did NASA’s Parker Solar Probe come to the solar surface? Answer: Within 5.3 million miles

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