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    watt-hour (Wh)

    The watt-hour (symbolized Wh) is a unit of energy equivalent to one watt (1 W) of power expended for one hour (1 h) of time.  Continue Reading

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    Fermat prime

    A Fermat prime is a Fermat number that is also a prime number.  Continue Reading

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    Darwin

    Darwin is the basic "core" of OS X, the operating system for Apple's Macintosh, and combines two well-known programs, the Mach kernel and FreeBSD, in a strategic move by Apple to make its future operating systems based on and available to others as ...  Continue Reading

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    exponent

    An exponent is a quantity representing the power to which some other quantity is raised.  Continue Reading

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    DVI (Digital Visual Interface)

    DVI (Digital Visual Interface) is a specification created by the Digital Display Working Group (DDWG) to accommodate analog and digital monitors with a single connector.  Continue Reading

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    Web-Based Enterprise Management (WBEM)

    Web-Based Enterprise Management (WBEM) is a set of industry standards that an enterprise can use to manage its information operations in the distributed computing environment of the Internet.  Continue Reading

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    Learning Guide: Spyware

    Why spyware isn't just a home-user problem. How spyware gets in your computer. How you can prevent spyware. How you can clean up spyware.  Continue Reading

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    token

    In general, a token is an object that represents something else, such as another object (either physical or virtual), or an abstract concept as, for example, a gift is sometimes referred to as a token of the giver's esteem for the recipient.  Continue Reading

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    custom factory integration (CFI)

    Custom factory integration (CFI) is an arrangement that a computer equipment vendor makes with a customer in which programs and files are pre-installed and the equipment is configured and tested at the factory prior to delivery.  Continue Reading

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    disposable PC

    A disposable PC is a relatively inexpensive but full-featured personal computer that is designed to be discarded rather than fixed when serious problems arise.  Continue Reading

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    feather

    In graphic design, to feather is to soften an edge of an image by making the edge gradually fade out until it becomes transparent.  Continue Reading

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    timestamp

    A timestamp is the current time of an event that is recorded by a computer.  Continue Reading

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    disassemble

    In programming terminology, to disassemble is to convert a program in its executable (ready-to-run) form (sometimes called object code) into a representation in some form of assembler language so that it is readable by a human.  Continue Reading

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    Earth's mean radius

    The Earth's mean radius is determined as the average distance from the physical center to the surface, based on a large number of samples.  Continue Reading

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    stepper motor

    A stepper motor is a special type of electric motor that moves in increments, or steps, rather than turning smoothly as a conventional motor does.  Continue Reading

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    product

    In information technology, a product is something (for example, a software application) that is created and then made available to customers, usually with a distinct name or order number.  Continue Reading

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    mask

    In graphic design, a mask is a tool that allows you to protect a specific area of an image from modification.  Continue Reading

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    ratio

    In general, a ratio is a way of concisely showing the relationship between two quantities of something.  Continue Reading

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    vector graphics rendering (VML)

    Vector graphics rendering, sometimes abbreviated VML, refers to scalable vector graphics (SVG) used in Web pages.  Continue Reading

  • September 21, 2005 21 Sep'05

    domain sniper

    A domain sniper is a person or company that locates and registers a Web site domain name that has lapsed from registration in the expectation that the original registrant will be willing to buy the name back.  Continue Reading

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