Tag: technology

What was introduced in 1894, eight years after the introduction of the car? The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free drink at their next iQ Trivia show.

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Introduced in 1996 and still operating 20 years later, the website www.virtual-BLANK.com gives visitors the chance to use a virtual version of what popular product? It is used in shipping. The first new player to comment on the iQ Trivia …

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The folks at Wait But Why recently asked their readers what brilliant inventions the world needs. Now we’re asking you the same thing. Tangleproof headphones. A folding machine to go with your washer and dryer. A mute button for people. …

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We use wikipedia a lot at iQ Trivia, and like many people, we use it in English.  In fact, English has by far more wikipedia articles than any other language. What language has the second highest number of wikipedia articles? …

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When Montenegro became independent of Yugoslavia, it’s top level internet domain went from what to what? We are NOT asking this for no reason.  It is interesting.  (Well maybe not in the local language, but it’s interesting in English.) The …

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Robert Williams died in 1979. He was the first human being ever to be killed by what? The first new player to comment with the correct answer wins a free drink at their next iQ Trivia show.  

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This is the first colour photograph ever taken. In what decade did James Clerk Maxwell take this photo of a tartan ribbon? The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer will win a free drink …

Interesting Question of the Day – 3 July 2015 Read More »

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In a study of passwords done by a technology security firm, five of the seven most common computer passwords were 123456 or other ascending number sequences. Only two of the top seven contained letters.  What were they? The first new …

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In the Wizard of Oz, Dorothy got back to Kansas by clicking her heels together and saying “there’s no place like home.” Invented in 2014 and triggered the same way, how does “Ruby” rescue you from awkward situations?

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In experiment staged by an IT security company in 2014, what did people agree to give up in the Terms and Conditions agreement for free wi-fi? Remember, the first new player to comment with the correct answer wins a free …

Interesting Question of the Day – 23 Feb 2015 Read More »

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