Mobile App

A mobile app is a downloadable application installed on a smartphone. It can be HTML5 based e.g. HTML5 website packaged as a mobile app or native e.g. developed in a coding language supported by the targeted smartphone’s operating system (Android, iOS, etc.). Once it’s installed most apps don’t require an […]

Mobile Site

A mobile site is a special version of a (desktop) website optimised for smartphones. In a mobile site the content is readable without the necessity of pinching and zooming, the content – including media – is not broken so there's no horizontal scrolling, buttons are thumb friendly. A mobile site […]

Responsive Design

In web development responsive design is an approach to web design where online content is optimised for multiple devices with varying screen sizes across the traditional Web, monitors, tablets, smartphones and beyond. The content is formatted according to the size and orientation of the device’s screen. For an example of […]


A Personal Identification Number or PIN is a secret numeric password shared between a user and a system that can be used to authenticate the user to the system.


The International Mobile Station Equipment Identity or IMEI is a number that uniquely identifies mobile devices worldwide. The IMEI is often printed inside the battery compartment of the phone. It can also be displayed on the mobile' screen by entering *#06# on the dialpad.

QR Code

A QR Code is a matrix barcode (or two-dimensional code), readable by QR scanners, mobile phones with a camera, and smartphones. Related Posts In Business With QR Codes (April 17th 2012)

Big Data

Every day we collectively produce 2.5 quintillion bytes of data through social media activity, mobile phones, digital content, emails, sensors, etc. Over the last two years we’ve created 90% of the data in the world today. This is what Big Data is. From an engineering perspective Big Data is a […]


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.