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Game Oriented Assembly Lisp

Game Oriented Assembly Lisp is a video game programming language developed by Andy Gavin and Naughty Dog. It was written using Allegro Common Lisp and used in the development of Jak and Daxter series of games. GOALs first use was for the Jak and ...

                                               

GameShark

A GameShark is a cheating device for console video game systems and Microsoft Windows computers. It lets the player of a video game do things that the game does not normally let players do, like walk through walls or have unlimited items. To use ...

                                               

Kill screen

A kill screen is a screen that prevents progress from the player. The screens in some games stop the game with gibberish or otherwise impossible figures. In Pac-Man, at a certain level the screen overflows and spreads fruits and ghosts across the ...

                                               

Kinect

Kinect is a device that was made by Microsoft for the Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Kinect uses cameras and a special microphone to see and hear Xbox 360 users. The device also uses equations to know what is a person and what is not. It was first shown ...

                                               

PlayStation Eye

                                               

Source 2

The Source 2 is a video game engine created by the company Valve Corporation. It is the second version of the Source engine. Source 2 was first used in a game called Dota 2. It was later used in games Artifact, Dota Underlords, and Half-Life: Alyx.

                                               

Source engine

The Source engine is a video game engine created by a company called Valve Corporation. The engine made its first appearance in 2004 with a game called Counter-Strike: Source, and was also included in Half-Life 2. Source has been worked on since ...

                                               

Unity (game engine)

Unity is a type of game engine that was developed by a video game development company called Unity Technologies. The Unity engine allows developers to make both 2D and 3D games. It currently supports only the C# programming language. It supports ...

                                               

Valve Hammer Editor

Valve Hammer Editor, which used to be called Worldcraft and is now often called Hammer, is Valve Corporations map creation program for their game engines, Source and formerly GoldSrc. Worldcraft was originally made for Quake and Quake II, but is ...

                                               

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.htaccess

.htaccess is a type of computer file for the configuring of some web servers.htaccess files can be used to create custom error pages, or to prevent visitors from directly linking pictures, also known as hot-linking to their own sites, costing the ...

                                               

.org

The domain name org is a generic top-level domain of the Domain Name System used in the Internet. The name is truncated from organization. It was one of the original domains established in 1985, and has been operated by the Public Interest Regist ...

                                               

1337x

1337x is a website that provides a directory of torrent files and magnet links. It is used for peer-to-peer file sharing via the BitTorrent protocol. According to the TorrentFreak news blog, 1337x is the second most popular torrent website as of ...

                                               

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2-1-1

2-1-1 is a special telephone number in the United States and Canada. It was made to be easy to remember. Calling the number lets people get information quickly about health organizations. It can also be called in an emergency.

                                               

2G

2G is the short form for the second-generation mobile phone technology. It was the first version to be a digital standard and, it replaced the analog 1G standard. It was replaced by 3G. Some countries have already shut down their 2G networks.

                                               

3-1-1

3-1-1 is a special telephone number used for non-emergency call to municipal services. It is used in several cities in Canada and the United States. 3-1-1 was created to receive many of the calls which commonly were made to 9-1-1 which were commo ...

                                               

32-bit

In computer architecture, 32-bit integers, memory addresses, or other data units are those that are at most 32 bits wide. Windows versions for 32-bit architecture are limited to 3.56 gigabytes of viewable memory due to the 32-bit address bus.

                                               

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4-1-1

4-1-1 is a telephone number in the United States and Canada. 411 is called to get help or information on something, for example what the address of a building is, or the telephone number of a company.

                                               

4chan

4chan is an English language website based on the Japanese Futaba Channel where people can post and discuss pictures and other images; sites such as these are called imageboards. It was started in 2003 by "moot", who was 15 years old at the time. ...

                                               

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5G

5G is the fifth generation network of cellular mobile communications, first launched in March of 2019. 5G uses many new technologies that make it faster than 4G. 5G currently can get between 100 Mbit/s and 2 Gbit/s depending on the frequency that ...

                                               

6-1-1

6-1-1 is a special telephone number in the United States and Canada. It is the number to call for phone service customers when there is a problem with phones in an area, or when a payphone is not working properly. Many mobile phone service provid ...

                                               

7-1-1

7-1-1 is a telephone number in Canada and the United States. It is used by the Telecommunications Relay Service to let people who are deaf and people who can hear communicate with each other using a telephone. The 7-1-1 number lets these people t ...

                                               

8-1-1

8-1-1 is a telephone number in the United States and Canada. In the United States, 8-1-1 is the number to call to find underground power cables, gas pipes, and other utilities. This lets people avoid them while they are digging. Underground cable ...

                                               

9-1-1

9-1-1 or 911 is the emergency telephone number for the United States, Canada, Argentina, Anguilla, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, and the Cayman Islands. This number can only be used for real emergencies. In other words, you use it when you are ...

                                               

9-9-9

9-9-9 or 999 is the emergency telephone number for the emergency services in the United Kingdom and Ireland. The police, fire & rescue, ambulance/paramedics, mountain rescue, coast guard and cave rescue can be reached by calling 9-9-9. 999 is als ...

                                               

A record

In the Domain Name System, an A record is something that changes a domain name into a 32-bit IP address. A domain can have many A records, for example, the domain example.com could have an A record for www.example.com that points to the IP 127.0. ...

                                               

A/V port

                                               

AAAA record

In the Domain Name System, an AAAA record is something that changes a domain name into a 128-bit IP address. A domain can have many AAAA records, for example, the domain example.com could have an AAAA record for www.example.com that points to the ...

                                               

AbiWord

AbiWord is a free word processor that can be downloaded for free, it is open source and is much smaller in size than a proprietary alternative, Microsoft Word. It is available for FreeBSD, Linux, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and QNX. Its mascot i ...

                                               

About.com

About.com is an online source for information and advice. It is written in English, and is aimed mostly at North Americans. It is owned by The New York Times Company. About.com is divided into topic sites, which are grouped into channels and subj ...

                                               

AboutUs.com

AboutUs.com is a wiki Internet domain directory. It lists websites along with information about their content. As a wiki, AboutUs allows Internet users to add entries or modify information. It was created by Ray King in 2006. It started in Portla ...

                                               

AbulEdu

AbulEdu is a French Linux distribution made for classrooms. It is based on Debian and it includes the Linux Terminal Server Project and a large number of educational applications.

                                               

Accumulator

The accumulator is the register for storing results of operations inside the CPU. Accumulators name or representation depend upon CPU architecture and manufacturer, for example in intel x86 architecture accumulators name is AX in 16bits or EAX in ...

                                               

ACID

ACID is a concept used with Databases. It is an abbreviation. It stands for Isolation - There can be more than one transaction occurring at the same time. A certain transaction will not see changes made by other transactions. Atomicity - somethin ...

                                               

Acid2

The Acid2 test is a test of web browsers to see if they can show parts of the internet correctly. It uses CSS and HTML to put things in the right places. It uses the PNG format for the images it uses in the test. A companys web browser that works ...

                                               

Acoustic foam

Acoustic foam is a type of foam used for acoustic treatment. It makes sound waves in the air weaker, thereby reducing their amplitude. It is used to reduce or control noise. Acoustic foams are typically softer and more lightweight than their soun ...

                                               

ActionScript

                                               

Active Worlds

Active Worlds is a 3D virtual reality platform. The "Active Worlds Browser" runs on Windows. Users assign themselves a user name, log into the Active Worlds virtual world universe, and explore 3D virtual worlds and environments that other users h ...

                                               

Ada (programming language)

Ada is a computer programming language. It was invented by Jean Ichbiah during the 1980s. It is very similar to the programming language Pascal. Ada offers various features to make a programme as safe as possible. That is why it is often used in ...

                                               

Adaptive optics

Adaptive optics is a technology to improve the performance of optical systems by reducing the effects of rapidly changing optical distortion. It is commonly used on astronomical telescopes to remove the effects of atmospheric distortion, or astro ...

                                               

Adaptive replacement cache

Adaptive replacement cache is a page replacement algorithm which was developed by IBM. It has a better performance than the frequently used LRU cache algorithm.

                                               

Address Resolution Protocol

Address Resolution Protocol is a network layer protocol used to convert an IP address into a physical address, such as an Ethernet address. A host wishing to obtain a physical address broadcasts an ARP request onto the TCP/IP network. The host on ...

                                               

Adobe Acrobat

Adobe Acrobat is a family of software made by Adobe Systems. Software in the family can read and display Portable Document Format files. Acrobat software can convert PDFs to other formats, PDF to Microsoft Word or Excel for example. It can also c ...

                                               

Adobe After Effects

                                               

Adobe Dreamweaver

Dreamweaver is a computer program that is used to make web pages. It was created by Macromedia. Macromedia is now owned by Adobe Systems. It can be used on either Windows computers or Macintosh computers. It can be used to make CSS, JavaScript, a ...

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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