Procedure or formula for solving a problem.
The study and design of machines that can operate like the human mind.
A phrase that can elicit the most specific, single-idea result.
Software that is released to the public on a trial basis to work out any imperfections before the official version is released. A software program that remains in development.
Short for Web log, or a string of journal entries posted on a Web page.
Short for robot, a program that automatically searches the Internet looking for information. Google uses two versions of search bots, the Deepbot and Freshbot. Deepbot tries to crawl every link on the Web and index as many pages as possible, whereas Freshbot seeks newly available and updated content and websites.
An acronym for completely automated public Turing test to tell computers and humans apart. Wavy, distorted text used as a security test to thwart mass registration of e-mail accounts (for sending spam mail) and other Web abuses.
Software lingo for toolbars and task bars that characterize most computer programs. Google named its Internet browser Chrome, after these ...