The wireless technology which is the current standard protocol for networking and connecting to the Internet.
Stands for Wireless Application Protocol. A technical set of communication standards for the way wireless devices (like cell phones) connect with the Internet.
Also known as IP Telephony, VoIP stands for Voiceover Internet Protocol. Allows for telecommunication over the Internet. Skype and Fring are popular examples of VoIP software.
Stands for Unstructured Supplementary Service Data. Works on all existing GSM phones. Provides session-based communication, enabling a variety of applications.
Internet visitors that spend time on a website.
Marketing. Measuring the effectiveness of a campaign by collecting and evaluating statistics.
In the online sense, this refers to a type of website model where individual members become part of a broader virtual community.
The media that is published, created and shared by individuals on the Internet, such as blogs, images and video.
Stands for Short Message Service. Electronic messages sent on wireless network.
A smartphone is a mobile phone built on a mobile computing platform, with more advanced computing ability and connectivity than a feature phone.