A camera lens that has a narrow angle of view, and a longer than usual focal length. The effects of a telephoto lens are akin to using binoculars; the image is magnified making the subject seem closer than it actually is.
The term used to describe a set of technologies, such as high definition audio, video, and other interactive elements that enable people to feel or appear as if they were present in a location which they are not physically in. Used mainly as a collaboration tool, telepresence is used by vendors, including Cisco to help […]
Slang term used to indicate a user who has violated a Web site’s TOS, or Terms of Service. Such a user would say they have been “TOSsed”.
- television board
An expansion board that enables your computer monitor to do double-duty as a television screen. The board contains a TV tuner to select channels and circuitry to convert from the TV video standard (NTSC) to your computer’s video standard (normally VGA or SVGA). Most television boards support windowed TVs as well as full-screen viewing. With […]
- Teleworking (telework)
(v.) telework, (n) teleteleworker, teleworking To use information technology (IT) and telecommunications to replace work-related travel. Teleworking allows employees work at home or at a local telework center one or more days per week using communication tools, such as such as phone, fax, modem, Internet teleconferencing, e-mail or IM, to perform work duties from a […]
)(n.) (1) Something that establishes or serves as a pattern for reference. (2) A plastic or paper diagram that you can put on your keyboard to indicate the meanings of different keys for a particular program. (3) A sheet of plastic with menus and command boxes drawn on it that you place on top of […]