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From Acolada GmbH:
Herbert F. Blaha: Dictionary for IT-Professionals, German-English/English-German, 2007The dictionary contains about 30,000 entries and includes all important terms and acronyms in the wide field of information technology. Hardware (processors, monitors, input devices, drives, storage, printers, etc.) Software (operating systems, programming, application programs, games) Multimedia Information processing Data security, data protection Data transmission Network technology Public networks and services (including, for example, telephony, switching technology, ISDN, DSL, Internet, cell phones) Fundamentals of electrical and electronic engineering Related fields (including environmental protection, ergonomics, quality control, phototypesetting) Where deemed relevant, short explanations and in-context examples have been included to simplify usage. About the UniLex-App for iPhone and iPad- clear and intuitive user interface- automatic search for all occurences of your search term. Example: searching for "format" will also find "general format" and "formatting".- filtering function to summarize search results in a list of results- fast scrolling in an index list- hyperlinks enable to navigate back and forth between the articles of the dictionary- display of a list of search results with a up/down page scroll to further results- two-list-display - headword list and search results - in the iPad-app- offline usage: the UniLex app needs to be downloaded only once. No further internet/roaming cost will incur on usage.