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Apple Inc.
Industri: Computer; Software
Number of terms: 54842
Number of blossaries: 7
Company Profile:
Apple Inc., formerly Apple Computer, Inc., is an American multinational corporation headquartered in Cupertino, California, that designs, develops, and sells consumer electronics, computer software and personal computers.
A value that is not calculated. For example, the number 210 and the text "Quarterly Earnings" are constants. An expression, or a value resulting from an expression, is not a constant.
Industry:Software; Computer
In relational databases, an attribute in an entity that uniquely identifies rows of that entity. For example, the Employee entity can contain an empID attribute that uniquely identifies each employee.
Industry:Software; Computer
Apple's flagship web browser.
Industry:Software
Bandwidth is the amount of information going through a network during a certain period of time. Larger bandwidth means faster connections, quicker downloads and smoother video playback.
Industry:Computer
DMA
Acronym for Designated Market Area. DMAs are a way of designating particular geographic markets, and are often ranked by size of population. New York City is the nation’s largest DMA so its DMA ranking is 1 and cost for air time for tv advertising is generally calculated using this rank as part of the equation for tv advertising costs.
Industry:Advertising
Flash memory is a type of non-volatile computer memory that can be erased and reprogrammed.
Industry:Computer
App Store (also known as Application store) is the name of Apple's application store on iTunes.
Industry:Computer
A JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) is a compressed file format for digital images, making them easier to view, download or store. The JPEG format strikes a good balance—compressing the file, yet retaining enough information to keep the image clear to the human eye.
Industry:Computer
Open Graphics Library is a specification that defines an API for programming 2D or 3D graphics.
Industry:Computer
Pertaining to electronic circuits (e.g., tone controls) that add to as well as subtract from a given signal. which need a power source to function, as opposed to a passive component. Examples of active components are tubes, transistors, opamps, etc.
Industry:Consumer electronics