A term used to refer to people who oversee technology and the transfer of information using technology.
A person who writes computer programs.
The science of improving the production of computer software.
A software package that converts digital sound into text; a type of input.
Computer-generated sounds that resemble human speech; a type of output.
A computer system that stores voice messages.
Business conducted using the Internet.
A journal that is frequently updated and intended for the general public available on the web.
A website that allows users to add and edit content collectively.
A company that provides access to the Internet to individuals or companies.
A digital storage format used to download music and create personal CDs.
A course delivered through the Internet, students usually interact with the instructor and other students via email.
An application that allows real-time conversations over the Internet between two users.
A virtual room where people can communicate in real time while on the Internet.
A running log of written remarks and opinions about a subject used in online courses and in chat rooms.
The stealing of software by copying it and giving it or selling it to another person.
A computer-based, interactive method of learning.
Software provided to users on a trial basis.
Software distributed for free on the Web.
A restaurant whose customers can sit at a computer and log on to the Internet while they eat and drink.