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a text field near the top of a Web browser window that displays the URL of the current webpage. address bar
refers to a character that represents an online user avatar
a small amount of data generated by a website and saved by your web browser. Its purpose is to remember information about you, similar to a preference file created by a software application. cookie
aimed at younger people, such as children and teenagers. It may involve harassing, threatening, embarrassing, or humiliating young people online. cyber bullying
the process in which data is sent to your computer. downloading
only allows authorized traffic from the Internet to flow in and out of the network. firewall
the act of posting or sending offensive messages over the Internet. flaming
allow users to be part of a virtual community. The two most popular sites are currently Facebook and MySpace. social network
a con game that scammers use to collect personal information from unsuspecting users. The false e-mails often look surprisingly legitimate, and even the Web pages where you are asked to enter your information may look real. phishing
a portable e-reader developed by Amazon.com. It allows you to download and read digital books, newspapers, magazines, and other electronic publications. Kindle
or tablet PC, is a portable computer that uses a touchscreen as its primary input device tablet
Stands for "Universal Serial Bus." USB
a mobile operating system developed by Google. It is used by several smartphones, such as the Motorola Droid, the Samsung Galaxy, and Google's own Nexus One. Android
or application program, is a software program that runs on your computer. Web browsers, e-mail programs, word processors, games, and utilities are all applications. application
a feature of the Windows operating system that allows the user to modify system settings and controls. control panel
an interactive software program created as a learning tool. Tutorials help people learn new skills by using a step-by-step process. Tutorial
wireless technology enables communication bluetooth
set of moral principles that regulate the use of computers computer ethics
best described as an illusion of reality created by a computer system. virtual reality
a unit of measurement used to measure data. byte
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