The Information Age is the advancement of the industrial age. This age involves Computers, Microprocessor, wireless technologies, HDTV, DAB radio, Internet, GPS etc. This age started from 1970 to 2008
Information Age, Computers, Microprocessor, wireless technologies, HDTV, DAB radio, Internet, GPS
1. The only reason why the tech industry is split into two sides now. You have Apple on one side, and Microsoft, HTC, Nokia, HP, Dell, Motorola, RIM, Sony, Nintendo, Panasonic, Toshiba and pretty much every other company that has their name plated in cheap chrome and glued on to almost any product that has a microprocessor in it, on one side.
2. The number 1 reason for envy in our modern society
3. The bar which splits society in two classes, rich and poor, according to those who owns an iPod.
4. A way to escape the nagging mom and into fantasy land where everyone dresses black turtle-necks and jeans.
1. Steve: "Today, we will re-invent the phone." - 2007
abc: "We introduce to you our new touch screen smart phone, Motorola Droid X!" - 2010
by then, Steve would've already re-invented the phone 4 times!
2. Tom:"HELP!!! I'm being robbed!"
Dick:"Mom, that poor man is being robbed. Shouldn't we help him?"
Dick's mom:"No honey he has an iPod. He deserved it."
3. Kid A: "Santa, what do I get for christmas?"
Santa: "Your family is rich and has donated a lot to our church, how about an iPod?"
Kid B: "Santa, I want an iPod too!"
Santa: "Kid, many things in life are destined. How about I give you a pair of socks instead?"
Kid B: "Oh Wow! Yay! Thanks Santa!"
4. Mom: "Tom, I thought I told you to.........!!!!!"
Tom: "Sorry mom! I'm iPodding and can't hear you! Can you speak louder?" -increases the volume as soon as he's finished his sentence.
Combination of Windows and Intel. Refers to a computer running the Windows operating system and powered by an Intel microprocessor. In practice, the term is applied to computers running Windows, regardless of the actual microprocessor used.
Mildly derisive term, frequently in the phrase "wintel box", used to distinguish other systems (Mac, Linux, etc.) from the 80-90% of systems used by the proletarian masses.
We were hoping to get Macs in the office, but the drones in IT went out and bought more Wintel boxes.
The professor who can't handle the microprocessor and never understands any computer term at all.
hey kyle!is that the pro u talked about?I ll ask smth to him
nah man he's a microprofessor,you've better ask anything!
Accelerated Graphics Port
<hardware> (AGP) A bus specification by Intel which gives low-cost 3D graphics cards faster access to main memory on personal computers than the usual PCI bus.
AGP dynamically allocates the PC's normal RAM to store the screen image and to support texture mapping, z-buffering and alpha blending.
Intel has built AGP into a chipset for its Pentium II microprocessor. AGP cards are slightly longer than a PCI card.
AGP operates at 66 MHz, doubled to 133 MHz, compared with PCI's 33 Mhz. AGP allows for efficient use of frame buffer memory, thereby helping 2D graphics performance as well.
AGP provides a coherent memory management design which allows scattered data in system memory to be read in rapid bursts. AGP reduces the overall cost of creating high-end graphics subsystems by using existing system memory.
Skynet began production of the T-800 Series in 2026. The T-800 Series is a cybernetic organism. It consists of living tissue over a metal endoskeleton. The metal endoskeleton is a microprocessor controlled fully armoured hyper-alloy combat chassis. This endoskeleton is constructed with frictionless bearings in its joints, and a servo-actuated control system. Its limbs are controlled by axial drive motors and clavicular trailing links. This allows the T-800 to manoeuvre faster than the T-600, as bursts of speed of up to 22 mph no longer threaten the joint assemblies. The living tissue, grown specially for the T-800’s, consists of flesh, skin, hair and blood, and is capable of limited regeneration over time. As this tissue is living it is warm to the touch and hence T-800's will not show up on thermal scanners as being any different from a real human. The biological components are only grafted onto T-800's which are to be used to infiltrate our bases; T-800's which are deployed straight onto the battlefield usually do not possess biological components. In order to keep track of its battle units, Cyberdyne Systems had given each one a Series number. The Series number refers to the type of internal structure or chassis. However, the T-800 Series also has different configurations of living tissue, each giving it the appearance of a different person. The physical appearance of the living tissue (which was initially based on photographic records from Skynet's databases) is theref...more...
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1. AKA Microsloth Winblows
2. A thirty-two bit extension and graphical shell to a sixteen bit patch to an eight bit operating system originally coded for a four bit microprocessor which was written by a two-bit company that can't stand one bit of competition.
I use Microsloth Winblows...errr I mean Microsoft Windows