The BASIC Programming Language was originally developed at Dartmouth College in 1964. BASIC stands for Beginners' All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code.
Learn what P-Series Protocols are. A group of protocols that are part of the X.400 messaging standards.
A Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) was a handheld computer that was programmed for functions such as keeping track of appointments, sending and receiving e-mail, browsing the Internet, composing...
Cable Modem is a device that allows your computer to access the Internet through dedicated broadband transmission networking services by means of your home cable TV (CATV) connection.
Hub also called a repeater hub, is the basic networking component used in traditional 10-Mbps Ethernet networks to connect network stations to form a local area network (LAN).
Cache Server is a server used to speed corporate access to Web content on the Internet by caching the Web pages that users most frequently request.