DRM Definition

DRM Definition Stands for "Digital Rights Management." DRM refers to a collection of systems used to protect the copyrights of electronic media. These include digital music and movies, as well as other data that is stored and transferred digitally. For example, the Apple iTunes Music Store uses a DRM system to limit the number of computers that songs can be played on. Each audio file downloaded from the iTunes music store includes information about the owner of the file and how many times t...
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AAC Definition

AAC Definition AAC is a file format for storing digital audio. It's commonly used for storing music on the Internet, PCs and portable music players and phones. It is similar to MP3, but it was designed to be its successor and offers better quality and smaller file sizes. It also supports DRM, which enforces copyright. AAC+ and AAC++ are newer versions of the standard.    
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SD Definition

SD Definition Stands for "Secure Digital." SD is a type of memory card used to store data in portable electronic devices. Examples include digital cameras, video recorders, smartphones, and portable music players. SD cards are considered removable storage (instead of internal or external storage), since they can be inserted and removed from a compatible device. The first SD cards were introduced in 1999. They used almost the same form factor as the existing MultiMediaCard (MMC) format, b...
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Grid Computing Definition

Grid Computing Definition Grid computing (or the use of a computational grid) is applying the resources of many computers in a network to a single problem at the same time - usually to a scientific or technical problem that requires a great number of computer processing cycles or access to large amounts of data. A well-known example of grid computing in the public domain is the ongoing SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) @Home project in which thousands of peop...
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