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Application
A self-contained software program that performs a set of clearly defined tasks controlled by the user.(MS Word is a software
application know as a word processor.
Attachment
A file, including an application, graphic element, image or sound, that
accompanies an email message. (Attachments can be placed within some other applications-ex. Smart board Notebook).
Bandwith
The amount of data that you can send through a network or modem connection. (Google servers have a “wide” bandwith).
Bit
The smallest unit of computer information, often denoted as 1 or 0.
Blog
Short for “Weblog”,which is basically a journal posted on the Internet.
Bluetooth
Wireless technology that allows communication between Bluetooth-compatible devices. It’s used for short-range connections between
desktop and laptop computers, PDA’s, digital cameras, scanners, cell
phones,and printers.
Bps
(Bits per second) This is a basic measurement for transferring data.
Bookmark
A saved Website address. When using a bookmark and clicking on the specific Website, the user can quickly return to those pages when necessary without retyping the URL again.
Broadband
High-speed data transmission in which a single cable can carry a large amount of data at once. The most common Internet broadband connection
is gained through the use of a cable modem.
Burn
Writing data to a disk. (For most teens it translates to writing music in MP3 or WAV format to a CD-RW or CD-R disk).