The onscreen pointer when it is in the shape of an I.
A World Wide Web graphical browser for IBM PCs with Windows or OS/2, downloadable as shareware.
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Integrated-Design Engineering Analysis Software (I-DEAS) was a CAD/CAM software package of SDRC which was bought in 2002 by EDS and now merged into UGS's product NX (Unigraphics). I-DEAS also incorporates Finite Element Method solver for mechanical stress/strain, thermal analysis, and other FEM analysis techniques.
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I-Mode, also known as iMode, is a popular wireless Internet service by NTT DoCoMo Inc. in Japan. It's based on a simplified form of HTML and delivers packet-based information -- such as games, e-mail and even business applications -- to handheld devices.
Input/Output. Transfer of data into a computer, and from the computer to the outside world.
Input/Output address. A unique address given to a peripheral device for input and output; on a PC, the I/O address is in the form of a three-digit hexademical number.
A memory area that temporarily holds data from an input device, or data which will be sent to an output device.
Input/Output device. A device that is used to transfer data into or out of the computer; also called peripheral device.
Input/Output (I/O) Device is for transfering data to or from a computer or a processor. Typical I/O devices include printers, hard disk, keyboard and mouse. Some devices are basically input-only devices (keyboard and mouse); others are primarily output-only devices (CD) and others provide both input and output of data (hard disk, diskette, writeable CD-ROMs).
I/O space is a special memory region in some processors reserved for the attachment of I/O devices. Memory locations and registers within a processor's I/O space can only be accessed via special opcodes.
Input/output, or I/O, is a process or operation that transfers data to or from a computer or a processor. It also refers to the interfaces of different computer units or sub-systems to communicate with each other. Inputs are the signals received by the unit, and outputs are the signals sent from it. The term can also be used as part of an action; to "do I/O" is to perform an input or output operation. Typical I/O devices include printers, hard disk, keyboard and mouse. Some devices are basically input-only devices (keyboard and mouse); others are primarily output-only devices (such as CD) while still others provide both input and output of data (hard disk, diskette, writeable CD-ROMs).
A RISC chip developed by Intel, used in Stratus computer systems.
Internet Architecture Board, formerly Internet Activities Board. The technical body that governs the Internet. It has two task forces: the Internet Research Task Force (IRTF), which explores new technologies, and the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), which develops standards.
- Inter Application Communications. In Macintosh System 7 and above, the exchange of communication between one application and another. 2. In Any Case (chat).
Itâ€™s All In The Subject . IAITS is the only content in the body of an email where the message is contained in the subject line. For example, the subject of the message could be "I want my money back now!" The body of the email would say simply, IAITS.
Internet Assigned Numbers Authority. The authority responsible for assigning numbers (such as port or socket numbers) in the Internet Suite of Protocols. For number assignments, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
I Am Not A Lawyer (but ) A disclaimer which is usually followed by a legal opinion
Internet Access Provider. An organization or company which provides Internet access to individuals, businesses, or other groups. An IAP may provide leased line services for dedicated high-speed access, and dial-up accounts that use a modem and a regular telephone line. Major online services such as America Online and CompuServe often are also Internet access providers.
A machine that many consider to be the first modern computer, built by Jon von Neumann for the Institute for Advanced Studies.