[sahy-ber-ka-fey ‐kuh-fey] /ˈsaɪ bər kæˌfeɪ ‐kəˌfeɪ/
a café, coffee bar, etc., that offers Internet access on its own computers or on customer’s laptops, usually for a fee.
a café with computer equipment that gives public access to the internet
a café or coffee shop where one may use a computer and access the Internet while eating or drinking; also called cyber-café , [cyber café], Internet café , net bar , wangba
cyber- ‘cybernetics’ + café
1994, from cyber + cafe.
- Internet chess server
networking, games An interactive meeting-place on the Internet where people can play chess against each other. Usenet newsgroup: news:alt.chess.ics. [Server address?] (1995-03-25)
- Internet control message protocol
protocol (ICMP) An extension to the Internet Protocol (IP) that allows for the generation of error messages, test packets, and informational messages related to IP. It is defined in STD 5, RFC 792. (1999-09-18)
adjective requiring Internet access in order to function; also, obsessed with using the Internet
(I-D) A draft working document of the Internet Engineering Task Force, its Areas, and its Working Groups. As the name implies, Internet-Drafts are purely discussion documents with no formal status. They are valid for a maximum of six months and may be updated, replaced, or obsoleted by other documents at any time. Very often, an […]