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  • twips - A twip (twentieth of a point) is a measure used in laying out space or defining objects on a page or other area that is to be printed or displayed on a computer screen.
  • twisted nematic display - A twisted nematic (TN) display is a common type of liquid-crystal display (LCD) that consists of a substance called a nematic liquid crystal that is confined between two plates of polarized glass.
  • twisted nematic display (TN display) - A twisted nematic (TN) display is a common type of liquid-crystal display (LCD) that consists of a substance called a nematic liquid crystal that is confined between two plates of polarized glass.
  • twisted pair - Twisted pair is the ordinary copper wire that connects home and many business computers to the telephone company.
  • Twitch - Twitch (Twitch.
  • Twitter - Twitter is a free social networking microblogging service that allows registered members to broadcast short posts called tweets.
  • Twitter essay - A Twitter essay is content supporting a particular thesis or viewpoint that is written through sequential and usually numbered tweets.
  • Twitter Lite - Twitter Lite is a storage and bandwidth-efficient version of the app for Twitter.
  • Twitterbot - A Twitterbot (sometimes spelled "Twitter bot") is a software program that posts automated tweets on Twitter.
  • two dimensional barcode - A 2D (two-dimensional) barcode is a graphical image that stores information both horizontally -- as one-dimensional bar codes do -- and vertically.
  • two pizza rule - The two pizza rule is a guideline for limiting the number of attendees at a meeting.
  • two spindle system - A two-spindle system, also called a twin-spindle system, is a computer design with two internal storage drives.
  • two-dimensional barcode - A 2D (two-dimensional) barcode is a graphical image that stores information both horizontally -- as one-dimensional bar codes do -- and vertically.
  • two-factor authentication (2FA) - Two-factor authentication (2FA), sometimes referred to as two-step verification or dual-factor authentication, is a security process in which users provide two different authentication factors to verify themselves.
  • two-phase commit (2PC) - Two-phase commit (2PC) is a standardized protocol that ensures atomicity, consistency, isolation and durability (ACID) of a transaction; it is an atomic commitment protocol for distributed systems.
  • two-speed IT - Two-speed IT is the concept that strategic planning for an IT department should include a fast track that allows some projects to be implemented quickly.
  • two-spindle system - A two-spindle system, also called a twin-spindle system, is a computer design with two internal storage drives.
  • two-spindle system (twin-spindle system) - A two-spindle system, also called a twin-spindle system, is a computer design with two internal storage drives.
  • two-step verification - Two-step verification requires the sequential use of two authentication methods to verify that someone or something is who or what they are declared to be.
  • two-tier ERP - Two-tier ERP is a technology strategy taken by large, multinational enterprises that uses tier 1 ERP for financials and other core common processes at the corporate level and tier 2 ERP for divisions, subsidiaries and smaller locations of the company to address specific needs.
  • two-tiered Internet - Two-tiered Internet refers to proposed changes in Internet architecture that would give priority to the traffic of those who have paid for premium service.
  • two-way authentication - Mutual authentication, also called two-way authentication, is a process or technology in which both entities in a communications link authenticate each other.
  • two-way pager - A two-way pager is a pager that allows you to send data as well as receive it.
  • two-way server - A two-way server is a server that incorporates a multi-core processor for increased performance.
  • Twofish - Twofish is an encryption algorithm based on an earlier algorithm, Blowfish, and was a finalist for a NIST Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) algorithm to replace the DES algorithm.
  • TWT - A traveling-wave tube (TWT) is a specialized vacuum tube used in wireless communications, especially in satellite systems.
  • Tyk - Tyk is an open source application program interface (API) gateway management tool.
  • type - A point is a standard measurement unit for type sizes.
  • Type 2 hypervisor - A Type 2 hypervisor, also known as a hosted hypervisor, is a virtual machine manager that installs on top of a host's operating system (OS).
  • Type 2 hypervisor (hosted hypervisor) - A Type 2 hypervisor, also known as a hosted hypervisor, is a virtual machine manager that installs on top of a host's operating system (OS).
  • type I error - False rejection, also called a type I error, is a mistake occasionally made by biometric security systems.
  • type II error - False acceptance, also called a type II error, is a mistake occasionally made by biometric security systems.
  • typeface - A typeface is a design for a set of printer or display font s, each for a set of characters, in a number of specific sizes.
  • typosquatting - Typosquatting is a form of Internet cybersquatting, based on the probability that a certain number of Internet users will mistype the name of a Web site (or actually its URL) when surfing the Web.

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