The specification covering CD-I.
- Green IT
Also called green computing it describes the study and the using of computer resources in an efficient way. Green IT starts with manufacturers producing environmentally friendly products and encouraging IT departments to consider more friendly options like virtualization, power management and proper recycling habits. The government has also recently proposed new compliance regulations which would […]
- Group 3 protocol
The universal protocol defined by the CCITT for sending faxes.
- Group 4 protocol
A protocol defined by CCITT for sending faxes over ISDN networks.
- free space optics
Free space optics technology (abbreviated as FSO), also referred to as open-air photonics or optical wireless or infrared broadband, transmits data from point-to-point and multipoint using low-powered infrared lasers. Unlike traditional copper wires or fiber-optic technology, which transmits data by light across glass, FSO uses laser technology to send optical signals through the air using […]
- game cheat
A keyboard or game pad button sequence that gives the player an advantage in the game. For example, you may have a cheat code to give your character infinite health, walk through walls, skip a level, or even ‘god mode’ where your character can’t die. Codes are initially used by developers and beta testers to […]