Technology questions This is a list of recently added questions about technology. Play technology quiz and see all the questions. What is the usual nominal voltage of an AAA battery?1.5V. An AAA battery is a standard size of dry cell battery commonly used in low-drain portable electronic devices, such as TV remote controls, MP3 players and digital cameras.Created by: Ninjaivery easy 80% 1.2V1.2V6431.5V1.5V42163.6V3.6V26912V12V141electrics riddles » What kind of an electromagnetic waves does the typical tv remote use to send signal?Infrared radiation. Early television remote controls used ultrasonic tones. Present-day remote controls are commonly consumer infrared devices which send digitally-coded pulses of infrared radiation to control functions such as power, volume, channels, etc.Created by: Ninjaieasy 75% radio wavesradio waves1722infrared radiationinfrared radiation7513ultravioletultraviolet420ultrasoundultrasound327TV riddles » Who in 1891 invented a first detachable tire ?Édouard Michelin. In 1891 Édouard Michelin and his brother Andre, he improved greatly on the design of the pneumatic tyre for bicycles, making tyres easier to change and repair. Michelin quickly adapted his inflatable tyres for use on motor vehicles, of which France was becoming the world's leading producer. Success came rapidly, and already in 1896 approximately 300 Paris taxis were running on Michelin pneumatic tyres.Created by: Tschuka hard 43% Édouard MichelinÉdouard Michelin64Charles Goodyear Charles Goodyear 35J. B. DunlopJ. B. Dunlop36Robert William ThomsonRobert William Thomson13motorization riddles » Which company introduced PAX system for the production of tires ?Michelin introduced the system PAX system in late 2000. Michelin's innovation is a new tire system called PAX. It is dubbed a "system" because these tires require a special wheel and an insert in order to work. The wheel is designed to keep the tire on the rim even if all the air is removed and you are driving at 55 miles per hour. The insert prevents the tire from totally collapsing onto the rim.Created by: Tschuka hard 54% Continental Continental 47PirelliPirelli73MichelinMichelin196Dunlop Dunlop 45inventions riddles » Who invented the world's first manual film camera (Pleograph) ?Kazimierz Prószyński born in Warsaw, Poland, was a Polish inventor active in the field of cinema. He patented his first film camera, called Pleograph , before the Lumière brothers, and later went on to improve the cinema projector for the Gaumont company, as well as invent the widely used hand-held Aeroscope camera. Created by: Tschuka hard 55% Kazimierz PrószyńskiKazimierz Prószyński188Louis Le PrincLouis Le Princ43Wladimir Kosma ZworykinWladimir Kosma Zworykin29Bracia LumièreBracia Lumière76movie riddles » What was the first car equipped with an airbag?Cadillac de Ville. 1974 in Cadillac de Ville also saw the introduction of the optional "Air Cushion Restraint System". Known today as airbags, this option provided protection for front seat occupants in the case of a frontal collision. One bag was located in the steering wheel, the other in the dashboard in front of the front seat passenger. Created by: Tschuka very hard 30% Volvo 66Volvo 6638Mercedes-Benz W126 Mercedes-Benz W126 21Chevrolet CitationChevrolet Citation10Cadillac de VilleCadillac de Ville30cars riddles » What is the latest write-once optical storage media? Digital paper is an electronic artwork file, often in jpeg or png format, featuring a pattern like those found on traditional printed scrapbook paper. After downloading, the paper can be used to create digital scrapbook pages or printed to create crafts, invites, decorations or anything else that typically uses traditional paper.Digital paper is becoming increasingly popular and is widely available.Created by: Tschuka very hard 38% WORM diskWORM disk30Digital paperDigital paper71Magneto-optical diskMagneto-optical disk59CD-ROM diskCD-ROM disk26trivia riddles » What was the name of the first commercial car radio? Motorola. In 1930, Paul and Joseph Galvin together with William Lear developed the first car radio on the dashboard and called it "Motorola". The word "Motorola" meant "sound in motion". The first part pointed to the engine, the second part was the popular suffix "ola"Created by: Tschuka hard 47% RadiolaRadiola21MotorolaMotorola84BlaupunktBlaupunkt50ElectrolaElectrola22technical riddles » In welding terminology - what does acronym MIG stand for?Metal Inert Gas . MIG – ‘MIG’ stands for ‘Metal Inert Gas’ or ‘MAG’ (‘Metal Active Gas’ welding). This is one of the most common welding techniques – and one of the easiest to learn. MIG uses a consumable electrode and an argon-carbon dioxide shielding gas to create strong welds on both thin and thick sheets of metal. Created by: Tschuka very hard 34% Metal Inactive Gas Metal Inactive Gas 46Metal Inert Gas Metal Inert Gas 53Metal Inter Gas Metal Inter Gas 33Metal Inertly GasMetal Inertly Gas22metals riddles » What is the largest company by market capitalization ? (as of March 31, 2017)Apple retains the pole position for the 6th year in a row. Apple’s market cap increased by 25% and the gap with second placed Alphabet (ex-Google) has more than doubled to $175bn.Created by: Tschuka very hard 33% MicrosoftMicrosoft59AppleApple76GoogleGoogle72AlphabetAlphabet18computers riddles » Play technology quiz and see all the questions.