Definitions of Technical Terms

Apple Mac

The Mac (also called Macintosh until 1999) is a line of personal computers (PC) made and designed by Apple. Macs are known for their ease of use and minimalist product…

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Ring

Ring is a home automation and security company owned by Amazon. The company specializes in home security devices, including outdoor surveillance cameras like the Ring Video Doorbell smart doorbell. It…

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Gig Economy

A gig economy is a labor market that heavily relies on part-time and temporary positions filled by independent contractors or freelancers. Compared to a typical job, gigs are often done…

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Mesh Networks
Mesh Network

Mesh Networks

A mesh network (also known as mesh wifi) is a network where devices—or nodes—are linked together, creating a branch off of other nodes or devices. This network is developed to…

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Apple Watch

Apple Watch is a brand of smartwatches produced by Apple Inc. First released in 2015, it included health and fitness capabilities, wireless communication, and support with various iOS devices, Macs,…

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Alexa

Amazon Alexa, commonly known as Alexa, is an intelligent virtual assistant created and developed by the multinational technology company Amazon. It was mainly based on Ivona, a Polish speech synthesizer acquired by…

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LG

LG Electronics is a South Korean electronics company with its headquarters in Yeoui-dong in Seoul. Considered the electronics arm of LG Corporation, it focuses on four primary industries—mobile communications, home…

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Amazon Kindle

Amazon Kindle is a series of e-book readers created and launched by tech giant Amazon. First released in 2007, the device aims to let users buy, browse, download, and read…

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AR

Augmented Reality (AR) is an interactive experience of a real-world environment where objects in the real world are enhanced by computer-generated information (CGI), sometimes through multiple sensory modalities, like auditory, haptic,…

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VR

Virtual Reality (VR) is a simulated 3D environment that allows users to interact and explore a virtual surrounding that’s similar to or completely different from the real world. Virtual reality…

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