Definitions of Technical Terms

Social Media

Social Media are digital channels where users can share, interact, and create various forms of content through networks and virtual communities. Alternatively, it can be seen as an online facilitator…

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Roku

Roku is a digital media player brand that’s created and developed by the American company Roku Inc. It features various streaming devices that are intended to replace expensive cable equipment…

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Apple iPhone

The iPhone is a luxury smartphone line that’s created and designed by the software giant, Apple Inc. Iphones operate under Apple’s iOS mobile operating system. Since its release in early…

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Steam

Steam is a video game digital distribution platform that’s owned and developed by Valve Corporation. Although it’s widely identified nowadays as a third-party game publisher, Steam was first developed to…

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MFA

What is MFA? Multi-Factor Authentication Multi-factor authentication is a security technology that requires two or more verification factors to allow a user’s log in, app transactions, or a VPN. Instead…

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Streaming

What is Streaming? Streaming is the continuous process of transmitting audio and video files in a streamlined flow using a wireless or wired internet connection. To put it simpler, streaming…

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Xbox

What is Xbox? Xbox is a video game brand created by the American software company Microsoft. This gaming brand consists of three main consoles, namely, Xbox (2001), Xbox 360 (2005),…

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Windows

What is Windows? Windows (also called Microsoft Windows) is an operating system that is developed and owned by Microsoft. It usually comes pre-installed on most personal computers (PCs) available today.…

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Apple Airpods

What are Apple AirPods? AirPods are wireless Bluetooth earbuds designed by the software company giant Apple Inc. They were first announced in September 2016 along with the announcement of the…

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