A feature in Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system that enables users to connect their home PC to a domain (e.g., your office computer network). The Professional and Ultimate editions of Windows 7 offers a wizard that will prompt you step-by-step to connect to a domain.
A new handheld tablet computing device from Apple Inc. that first launched in January 2010. The iPad is designed for consumers who want a mobile device that is bigger than a smartphone but smaller than a laptop for entertainment multimedia. The iPad device is roughly the size of a sheet of paper and weighs 1.5 […]
- broken hyperlink
A hyperlink on a Web page that will point users to an incorrect URL, a missing page, or a missing file. Broken hyperlinks often lead users to a 404 File Not Found error.
- The Difference Between IPv6 and IPv4
Confused by phrases like Internet Protocol (IP), IPv6, IPv4 and IPng?
- Journalism 2.0
A slang term used to describe how the Internet has changed journalism, enabling journalists to cover more stories in different ways. The slang term “Journalism 2.0” is used to reference the Web 2.0 technologies such as blogging, audio, video, social networks, and online reporting tools that journalists use today.��
- Nexus One
The official product name of the smartphone launched by Google in January 2010. Nexus One uses the Android open source mobile operating system and is manufactured by Taiwan HTC Corporation. The phone, which was initially launched only in the United States, is available in an unlocked version.