An electronic telecommunications device, often referred to as a cellular phone or cellphone. Mobile phones connect to a wireless communications network through radio wave or satellite transmissions. Most mobile phones provide voice communications, Short Message Service (SMS), Multimedia Message Service (MMS), and newer phones may also provide Internet services such as Web browsing and e-mail.
- mobile phone forensics
Mobile phone forensics is the science of retrieving data from a mobile phone under forensically sound conditions. This includes full data retrieval and examination of data found on the SIM/USIM, the phone body itself and the optional memory cards. Data retrieved and examined can include images, videos, text or SMS messages, call times and contact […]
Acronym used to combine the terms “mobile” and “Web log”. Where a Web log (also called a blog) is a Web page that serves as a publicly accessible personal journal for an individual, a moblog is a blog which has been posted to the Internet from a mobile device such as a mobile phone or […]
The term mod is derived from the act of modifying a game. To mod a game is to create custom levels, objects, characters, or even unique or stand-alone game from an existing game engine. Many games come with an editor that allow for easier modding. A person who mods a game is called a modder.
- modal window
A modal window is any type of window that is a child (secondary window) to a parent window and usurps the parent’s control. It is commonly associated with an Internet Web site pop-up window that stays in front of the original window. A user may not press any controls or enter any information on the […]
- modeless window
Similar to a modal window, a modeless window is a feature that was first introduced in Internet Explorer 5. It launches a secondary (child) window that stays active on the user’s screen until dismissed. Modeless windows can be minimized or hidden behind other windows. Unlike a modal window, a modeless window will allow the user […]