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Chapter 1 - Let's Communicate
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A phone offering advanced features.
Having the ability to do many different things using the same device.
SD and SDHC cards
Secure Digital Cards are flash memory cards which store up to 2 GB of data. Secure Digital High Capacity are flash memory and can store up to 32 GB of data.
The particular code that a file is stored in.
The ability of a device to communicate and share information with another device.
Allows the exchange of data over short distance from fixed and mobile devices.
Wireless Fidelity, similar to bluetooth, exchanges data over larger distances.
Global Positioning System - A navigational system used in many devices which gives current location and directions to other destinations using signals from satellites.
The way in which a user interacts with a system such as a computer or mobile phone.
Repetitive Strain Injury - Damage caused to the muscles, tendons and joints as a result of repeating the same action.
A set of rules that people try to sbide by out of respect for others around them.
Materials that are available for anyone to use for any purpose.
A stationary computer, consisting of a tower and seperate monitor.
Designed to allow the user to use the computer on the move.
The technical details of a device or system.
Built in storage designed to be directly accessed by the CPU.
Devices connected together to allow communication and exchange of data.
External devices connected to a computer.
Programs that give instructions to a computer and which allow the user to carry out different tasks.
Anticipating future developments when you buy something in the hope that it will not go out of date quickly.
The actual time during which something takes places, without noticeable delays.
The use of icons to portray a mood or expression.
Voice Over Internet Protocol - This technology is used to make telephone calls via the internet.
Third generation wireless communication allows high-speed wireless data transfer.
The time delay between the moment something is initiated and the moment it becomes detectable.
Internet Service Provider - A company that provides internet access to its customers.
Social Networking Site
An online community where people can communicate and share information.
Allows users to navigate around a product.
Short for 'web log', a shared online journal where people can post diary entries about their personal experiences and hobbies.
A software application for retrieving, presenting and navigating information resources on the World Wide Web.
Unwanted or junk emal sent to lots of recipients at the same time.
A set of rules used by computers to communicate with each other across a network.
Learning that is tailored towards the individual to allow them to make progress.
Working together with other people.
Having so much information available that the user feels overwhelmed and is unable to take any of it in, possibly leading to stress.
Copying someone else's work and presenting it as your own.
A program designed to cause other programs on a computer to malfunction or stop working altogether,
Tricking someone for personal gain or to damage them.
Sharing files among groups of people who are logged on to a file-sharing network.
Someone who gains unauthorised access to a computer in order to obtain data stored on it.
A crime that involves someone pretending to be another person in order to steal money or obtain other benefits.
Buying and selling goods electronically, usually over the internet.
The increasing integration of economies, and societies around the worls, particularly through international trade.
The physical parts of a computer system.
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