about internet

► HTTP — Hyper Text Transfer Protocol.
► HTTPS — Hyper Text Transfer Protocol
Secure.
► IP — Internet Protocol.
► URL — Uniform Resource Locator.
► USB — Universal Serial Bus.
► VIRUS — Vital Information Resource Under
Seized.
► 3G — 3rd Generation.
► GSM — Global System for Mobile
Communication.
► CDMA — Code Divison
Multiple Access.
► UMTS — Universal Mobile
Telecommunication System.
► SIM — Subscriber Identity Module.
► AVI — Audio Video Interleave
► RTS — Real Time Streaming
► SIS — Symbian OS Installer File
► AMR — Adaptive Multi-Rate Codec
► JAD — Java Application Descriptor
► JAR — Java Archive
► 3GPP — 3rd Generation Partnership Project
► 3GP — 3rd Generation Project
► MP3 — MPEG player lll
► MP4 — MPEG-4 video file
► AAC — Advanced Audio Coding
► GIF — Graphic Interchangeable Format
► JPEG — Joint Photographic Expert Group
► BMP — Bitmap
► SWF — Shock Wave Flash
► WMV — Windows Media Video
► WMA — Windows Media Audio
► WAV — Waveform Audio
► PNG — Portable Network Graphics
► DOC — Document (Microsoft Corporation)
► PDF — Portable Document Format
► M3G — Mobile 3D Graphics
► M4A — MPEG-4 Audio File
► NTH — Nokia Theme(series 40)
► THM — Themes (Sony Ericsson)
► MMF — Synthetic Music Mobile Application
File
► NRT — Nokia Ringtone
► XMF — Extensible Music File
► WBMP — Wireless Bitmap Image
► DVX — DivX Video
► HTML — Hyper Text Markup Language
► WML — Wireless Markup Language
► CD — Compact Disk.
► DVD — Digital Versatile Disk.
► CRT — Cathode Ray Tube.
► DAT — Digital Audio Tape.
► DOS — Disk Operating System.
► GUI — Graphical User Interface.
► ISP — Internet Service Provider.
► TCP — Transmission Control Protocol.
► UPS — Uninterruptible Power Supply.
► HSDPA — High Speed Downlink Packet
Access.
► EDGE — Enhanced Data Rate for GSM [Global
System for Mobile Communication]
► VHF — Very High Frequency.
► UHF — Ultra High Frequency.
► GPRS — General Packet Radio Service.
► WAP — Wireless Application Protocol.
► ARPANET — Advanced Research Project
Agency Network.
► IBM — International Business Machines.
► HP — Hewlett Packard.
► AM/FM — Amplitude/ Frequency
Modulation.

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