UIQ is a flexible and customizable user interface for data-enabled mobile phones, based on the Symbian OS platform. UIQ includes support for the latest and emerging wireless standards and comes with a set of essential and well-integrated applications. UIQ enables rapid device integration and offers mobile phone manufacturers a foundation for building attractive and cost efficient mobile phones. UIQ licensees are given extensive rights to customize the user interface to fit into their product portfolio and branding strategy.
(1) Short for Unified Memory Architecture. A computer that has graphics chips built into the motherboard that use part of the computer’s main memory for video memory is said to have Unified Memory Architecture. (2) Short for upper memory area, a synonym for high memory. (3) Short for Unlicensed Mobile Access, it is the technology […]
Short for ultra large scale integration, which refers loosely to placing more than about one million circuit elements on a single chip. The Intel 486 and Pentium microprocessors, for example, use ULSI technology. The line between VLSI and ULSI is vague.
Short for Universal Media Disc, it is a proprietary optical disc format developed by Sony for use with the Playstation Portable game console. At only 60mm in diameter, it can store 1.8GB of digital data. It is currently being used for holding Playstation Portable compatible games or movies. Sony had announced plans to open the […]
Short for upper memory block, a block of memory in the DOS upper memory area (UMA). UMBs are allocated and managed by a special memory manager such as EMM386.EXE, and can be used for TSRs and device drivers.
Short for Ultra Mobile PC, a UMPC is a mobile device that has been optimized for accessing online media and content for mobile users. UMPC devices are small enough to easily to carry, deliver long battery life for mobile connectivity, include multiple wireless connectivity options, and are also location-aware. UMPC devices contain a processor, button […]