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X Y is an approximately 2,800,000 square feet area estate. Eighty percent of the site
consists of green space planted with drought-resistant trees and plants indigenous to
the _____ area. The campus is also next to a contaminated site with a groundwater
plume under Superfund legislation. In 2013 the total cost was estimated to be closer
to $5 billion. X Y was described by the co-founder of X, "It's got a gorgeous courtyard
in the middle, and a lot more. It's a circle, so it's curved all the way round. This is not
the cheapest way to build something. Every pane of glass in the main building will be
curved. We have a shot at building the best office building in the world. I really do
think that architecture students will come here to see it." Identify X Y
X's first public appearance was in South by Southwest Festival (SXSW) in mid-March
2016 in Austin, Texas, United States. X has been covered by media around the globe
and has participated in many high-profile interviews. In one interview with CNBC,
when the interviewer expressed concerns about X's behavior, X joked that X had
"been reading too much Elon Musk. And watching too many Hollywood movies"
Business Insider's chief UK editor Jim Edwards interviewed X, stating X's answers
were "not altogether terrible" while a BBC News reporter described talking with X as
"a slightly awkward experience". X was given the title of the first ever "Innovation
Champion" by the UN, and in this way X achieved another first. Identify X.
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Considered within the company as a revolutionary feature, X was first revealed in 2014
at the BUILD conference. Deriving its name from a character in the most popular
game by its developer, it was supposed to be crown jewel of the codename Threshold
integrated with Spartan. The character also named X is modelled on the Egyptian
queen Nefertiti and shares similarities with the product X. Identify X
First held in 2011 in Beijing, X Disrupt is an annual technology conference hosted by X
in San Francisco, New York City, and Europe (London or Berlin). X Disrupt hosts an
event called Startup Battlefield where startups pitch their product to a panel of
venture capitalist investors and media. Companies to have shot into fame as a result
of X Disrupt include Trello, Dropbox, Crate.io, Yammer, and Mint. Identify X
Let's say I am driving around and next to me shows up a BMW X5 M-series. That is a 4
wheel drive, pretty suped-up car. As I roll I have a chat with the guys in the bimmer.
They seem nice and are curious about my Tesla. We don't get to any red lights so we
decide to do a rolling test run. I touch the "settings" button, "drive" tab then flick it
from "sport" to "X". While rolling at let's say 35mph. As we keep driving, a passenger
gives a fingers countdown. 3-2-1-GO. I floor it, the bimmer driver floors it.
I leap forward. He is left behind in a roar of supercharged and tyre noise. Suddenly I
am at the speed limit and lift off. He catches up, we smile at each other. I exit the
main road and go on my way, feeling pretty smug, with a grin on my face. Maybe
they'll get themselves one. I hope they do.
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X was a product released in 1983 and is regarded as one of Ys most iconic products
despite being a commerial failure. It was named for the founder's at the time
unacknowledged daughter, something he at the time refuted, but decades later
admitted to his biographer, Walter Isaacsson. The full form of X was reverse
engineered from X making it a backronym, an acronym that was deliberately formed
from a phrase whose initial letters spell out a particular word or words, either to create
a memorable name or as a fanciful explanation of a word's origin. X was however used
as a recursive acronym by many of the developers : X Invented Stupid Acronym. X's
failure led to the development of Z which changed the company's fortunes overnight.
Uber developed X to identify riders whom Uber found to be violating the terms and
conditions of the service. and it began using the tool as early as 2014. According to
Uber, X can "hide the standard city app view for individual riders, enabling Uber to
show that same rider a different version.Users who are "Xed" won't know it, and they'll
still see cars moving around the app's map like normal - only none of the drivers will
ever pick them up."Uber claimed that it used X to deny service to individuals
suspected of violating the company's terms of services, such as people seeking to
harm Uber drivers, disrupt Uber operations, or carry out law enforcement actions
against Uber drivers. Uber's continued use of X was one of the reasons Transport for
London gave for not renewing its operating licence.
X is a period Indian detective film that shares a unique distinction with the movie 'The
Wolverine'. The distinction here is that for promotion they swung towards an
innovative method to attract a younger audience by sharing their teaser trailer on a
platform usually unfrequented by production houses. Identify movie X and the
unique promotion tactic
Detective Byomkesh Bakshi and trailer released
X was a project initiated by Motorola and later taken over by Google with the aim of
providing a truly modular phone, one you could build yourself to adapt your needs. X
was later scrapped in 2016 due to dissatisfactory internal results and infeasibility. The
idea behind X was eventually, partially realized by an independent project called
Fairphone 2 in 2018.
X is a game created by the French Company, Elokence.com. It owed its massive
success to Letsplays of it on YouTube which increased X's ability to read the players
mind as it used an artificial intelligence program that learns the best questions to ask
through its experience with players. Its character is 'akin' to popular Arabian folklore
regarding a particular spiritual beast.
This product, originally called the X-Y Position Indicator for Systems, was invented by
Douglas Engelbart and Bill English. It was demonstrated by Engelbart in what is
called the 'Mother Of All Demos'. Named after something it resembles, it however
does not have the same plural word as the original word, even though their singular
form has the same spelling and pronounciation.
X, A USA based company whose co-founder was also the co-creator of Napster, has
launched Y, a network for Internet of Things devices with 200X "longer" the range of
WiFi and 1/1000th the cost of a cellular modem. The catch is that Xs tiny, extremely
low-power, low-data transmission chips rely on connecting to peer to peer X Hotspots
people buy for $495. Operating those hotspots earns owners a cryptocurrency "X
tokens" which X promises will be valuable in the future.
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Y X was first revealed to the public in 2016 when media outlets reported on a
mysterious codebase post published on GitHub, that revealed that Y was developing
a new operating system called "X". While no official announcement was made,
inspection of the code suggested its capability to run on universal devices, including
"a dash infotainment systems for cars, to embedded devices like traffic lights and
digital watches, all the way up to smartphones, tablets and PCs". Since the beginning
of January 2019 there have been continous devolopments with the release of its
official site in July. The source documentation describes the reasoning behind the
name as "Pink + Purple == X (a new Operating System)" identify X
When Google released X, it became embroiled in a controversy where the estate of
author Philip K Dick claimed that the name X capitalized on the intellectual property
of Dick's novel Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep? which featured character's
named X-6. Dick's estate in the end did not press charges and Google even released a
product X-6 a couple of years later. Identify X
X is a label that is desired by every startup, coined in 2013 by
Aileen Lee. The largest being Ant Financial and DiDi, the X
industry is led by companies primarily in e-commerce and the
sharing economy. It is a term derived from a legendary creature
that has been described since antiquity and is a famous symbol
X is something one does on the internet to express speechlessness or when one is
overwhelmed with emotions. Although majorly associated with Stan Twitter, it has
begun to be claimed by the LGBTQ community. An ideal area of use has been given
in this image. What is X?
This is Elon Musk's Google trends chart. Identify the 2 spikes
Tesla Roadster into space and the Marijuana
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X is a term that emerged out of GamerGate, used by the gaming community to vilify
those who defended the female game developers the attacks were focused on. While
X is a term which would in a vacuum seem like a good thing to be, this controversy
gave it a negative connotation. Xs are described on Urban Dictionary as, "The overly
offended blindly ignorant scum of the internet whom’st report anything and
everything that offends them."