Here at Lifehacker we talk about all sorts of tech-related things, and often times we’ll use acronyms or terms that even the geekiest out there don’t understand. So, we’ve created a tech dictionary to help you better read the internet as a whole, whether you’re a tech noob or an advanced user.
This list by no means encompasses every technology term you’ll run into, but it does cover the bulk of what we, and many other tech sites talk about frequently. It’s meant as a quick resource to look up terms you run into, or to share with less tech savvy friends and family. It’s broken down into six categories:
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