This name generator offers you 15 random names for film and technology firms, brands and sporting firms. The names were based on businesses in real life. But though you're not going to find any brands like Google or Adidas here, you'll find brands in the Facebook, Microsoft and Pixar models. The first three names are the most common names that seem to have a random word followed by the name type company, such as 'Padlock Defense' or 'Arcane Electronics.' Electronic Arts and Adobe Systems are close. The next 4 names use the same first terms as can be used in the previous three names, but they have been changed to incorporate their company by playing on terms and the same types. The first two words are the same as those used by businesses including Apple, Oracle and Steam. So you will find names such as 'Arcanetworks,' 'Heartelligence' and 'Blossomotors.' The last three names are combinations of two words to form a new single word, similar to companies such as Capcom, Compaq, and Netscape. These names do not always make sense because of their random, but many will fit into the naming style of companies like Microsoft, Facebook, Lionhead and Goodyear.
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