See Internet appliance
(IA) A consumer device that performs only a few targeted tasks and is controlled by a simple touch-screen interface or push buttons on the device’s enclosure.
[How does this differ from a PDA?]
noun 1. the design and organization of an online resource, usually with regard to usability. noun 1. (computing) the practice of structuring information for particular purposes
- Information broker
noun a person or company providing information to clients for a fee Usage Note computing
- Information builders
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- Information economy
A term describing the growing reliance of firms on the Internet in the 1990s. Some have argued that firms’ speedier and wider access to information has led to significant gains in productivity.