The Acer Iconia a100 was the first Android tablet using the Honeycomb operating system (OS). It is a 7-inch Android tablet with a dual-core 1GHz ARM Cortex-A9 processor, 512-MB of RAM, and a 5-megapixel camera. The device was first released on August 12, 2011.
See Android Codenames to learn about updates for the open source Android mobile operating system.
- App Inventor
An open source, Web-based system developed by Google that allowed people to create Android apps without having to know how to code. Instead of writing code, the Android mobile app can be visually designed with App Inventor. In August 2011, MIT opened its Center for Mobile Learning, to focus on new mobile technology and applications […]
A phrase that describes methods and processes a business uses to allow its customers to complete most steps in purchasing products or services on their own — such as shopping in a retail store or making a call to arrange a service. Self-service also extends to Web-based transactions and CRM (customer relationship management) whereby customers […]
- Capacity Requirements Planning – CRP
Abbreviated as CRP, capacity requirements planning, is an enterprise application that is used by an organization, usually in manufacturing, when developing a product plan to estimate capacity requirements. The enterprise software can help an organization determine what is needed to meet the production plan, including labor, materials, systems — basically any resource required for production […]
- Slacker Internet Radio
An Internet radio service that competes with similar offerings like Pandora. Whereas Pandora uses the Music Genome Project for selecting music that matches a listener’s preferences, Slacker utilizes the combined knowledge of music experts to hand-pick songs based on the listener’s personal preferences. The service has also recently branched out to offer news content and […]
- Cadillac CUE
An information and entertainment “in-vehicle infotainment” system that’s offered with select Cadillac vehicles such as the 2013 Cadillac XTS and ATS sedans as well as the SRX crossover. CUE stands for the Cadillac User Experience and is designed to provide Cadillac drivers with a complete suite of infotainment, navigation and communication tools for keeping the […]