TnL or T&L, short for Transform and Lighting it refers to a hardware feature found on some graphics cards. TnL is separate engines on the GPU that enable extremely high polygon count scenes. With TnL technology some or all of the 3-D information normally processed by the computer processor is processed by the GPU. Transform performance determines how complex objects can be and how many can appear in a scene without sacrificing frame rate. Lighting techniques add to a scene’s realism by changing the appearance of objects based on light sources.
- Tomato Firmware
Called Tomato, it is the name of a firmware for wireless routers, including the popular WRT54G family. Tomato is designed to be flashed onto your compatible wireless router to replace the stock firmware loaded by the vendor. Like DD-WRT, the Tomato firmware can be installed on a variety of wireless routers. Tomato supports the Linksys […]
An anonymous Internet communication system based on a distributed network. Tor is a toolset for a wide range of organizations and people that want to improve their safety and security on the Internet. Using Tor can help you remain anonymous while Web browsing, instant messaging, using IRC, SSH, or other applications which use the TCP […]
- Toshiba America Information Systems
Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. (ALIAS: Toshiba) Toshiba’s Digital Products Division (DPD) is a leading vendor for portable computers. Along with the company’s award-winning notebook PCs, the company offers portable and wireless accessories, Pocket PCs and projectors for business customers under the Toshiba brand name. The Digital Products Division is a division of Toshiba America […]
TrackBack is a type of peer-to-peer communication system that was designed to send notification of updates between two Web sites via a Trackback Ping. Ping in reference to TrackBack refers to a small message sent from one Web server to another. TrackBacks are useful for informing a Web site that you have referenced its Web […]
- Transmission Sequence Number
Abbreviated as TSN, a Transmission Sequence Number is a 32-bit sequence number used internally by SCTP (Stream Control Transmission Protocol). A TSN is attached to each unit of information within an SCTP packet (also called a chunk) containing user data to permit the receiving SCTP endpoint to acknowledge its receipt.