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bookmark in computing, a user's stored link to a previously visited location on the Internet, often displayed on-screen as a menu item or icon. [1/2 definitions]
chatroom a site on the Internet where two or more computer users can converse in real time by typing messages that appear on all participants' screens instantly.
domain a group of networked computers and devices organized as a unit under a shared Internet address. [1/5 definitions]
e-commerce the exchange of goods and services conducted on the Internet; electronic commerce.
fire wall (usu. spelled as one word) software or hardware that prevents unauthorized access to a computer or local area network from an outside network such as the Internet. [1/2 definitions]
Google a U.S. corporation that developed a popular and distinctive Internet search engine. [2/3 definitions]
IP in computing, an abbreviation for Internet protocol, one of the main Internet communications protocols, which specifies the format of transmitted data and routing information.
MP3 abbreviation of "Moving Pictures Expert Group, Audio Layer 3," an audio file format that compresses sound data, esp. music, for easy transfer over the internet, while providing high-quality playback sound. [1/3 definitions]
newbie (informal) a novice at using the Internet.
newsgroup a discussion group on a computer network such as the Internet where people post and read messages on specific topics.
search engine a software program that searches a database or network, esp. the Internet, for data, files, or documents containing terms specified by the user.
uniform resource locator an address identifying the location of a file on the Internet, commonly called a "URL." A uniform resource locator, or URL, consists of the computer on which the file is located and the file's location on that computer.
URL abbreviation of "uniform resource locator," an address identifying the location of a file on the Internet, consisting of an identifier for the computer on which the file is located and the file's location on that computer.
Voice over Internet Protocol a technology that provides voice telephony services over the Internet or other similar network (abbr.: VoIP).
VoIP abbreviation of "Voice over Internet Protocol," a technology that provides voice telephony services over the Internet or other similar network.
web (sometimes cap.) shortened form of "World Wide Web" a part of the Internet consisting of a network of specially formatted documents, called pages, that are linked to each other (usu. preceded by the). [1/7 definitions]
World Wide Web a part of the Internet consisting of a network of specially formatted documents, called pages, that are linked to each other. (abbr.: WWW)