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What is Apache?

Apache HTTP Server is a webserver developed and maintained by The Apache Software Foundation. The stated objective of Apache is to create an open source HTTP server that will run on any modern operating system and hardware. In addition to it's wide p... [more]

What is Apple?

Apple, Inc. is an electronics and software company based in California, USA. Originally known as Apple Computer, the company is familiar to most people as innovators of the personal computer as it is known today. Apple Computer had introduced many of... [more]

What is Appspy? is an iPhone game review website. Founded in February 2010 by Australian media production firm Hyper Focus Media, Appspy provides objective game reviews, iPhone news, ... [more]

What is the Bible?

The Bible is an assembly of sacred writings holy to Judaism, Christianity, and to a lesser extent Islam. The Bible is usually divided into two discontinuous collections of books called the Old Testament and the New Testament by Christians, with only ... [more]

What is BIOS?

BIOS is an acronym for Basic Input / Output System. It is the first part of the computer to boot, and usually decides from where to boot the operating system. The BIOS is also responsible for some of the most basic computer interfaces such as keyboar... [more]

What is a Black Light?

A black light is a source of electromagnetic radiation that emits near-ultraviolet light, usually in the 350-375 nanometer wavelength range. This range is just slightly below the 400nm that human eyes can detect. When this light is reflected off cert... [more]

What is a Blog?

The word "blog" is a portmanteau of "web log". Most blogs today are not in fact logs or reports strictly speaking, rather loose journals written by people with little or no professional writing background beyond that which they publish on their blogs... [more]

What is Blu-ray?

Blu-ray is an optical disc format, similar to CD and DVD. Blu-ray's main advantage over CD and DVD formats is the 25 GB capacity of a single-layer single-sided Blu-ray disc: over five times that of a comparable DVD, and over 35 times that of a compar... [more]

What is Bluetooth?

Bluetooth is a wireless protocol- a method by which devices can communicate without a physical connection such as a cable. Most devices that have cables of less than a meter's length are suitable candidates for being replaced with Bluetooth devices, ... [more]

What is a Botnet?

A botnet is a network of zombie computers controlled by a single entity. The term is a portmanteau of the phrase "Robot Network". Usually, the zombies in use of a botnet are compromised computers running the Microsoft Windows operating system that ha... [more]


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