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Digital Tech

What is Digital Technology? An introduction

ubiquitous computing Placing computing power in your environment as with, for example, a system in your house that senses and adjusts lighting or temperature
tablet A portable computer that includes a special electronic stylus used to write on the screen.
netbook A style of computer that is small in size, usually with screen sizes ranging from eight inches to ten inches or so, and weighing only two to three pounds; designed as devices for those who mainly want to browse the Internet or use email.
supercomputer A computer with the ability to perform trillions of calculations per second, usually custom-made for a particular use or used as a large server.
information systems A computer profession that bridges the needs of an organization and the way their information is handled to solve business problems.
information technology The study, design, development, or management of computer systems, software applications, and computer hardware.
computer An electronic programmable device that can assemble, process, and store data.
data Raw facts; what you can put into a computer
information Raw facts that are processed, organized, structured, or presented in a meaningful way
Created by: MSkallos