I/O Address: Input/Output address - A 3 to 4 digit hexadecimal number used to identify and signal a peripherial device.
IBM: International Business Machines - IBM is the largest computer company in the world and the first to produce a computer back in 1953. Often IBM compatible is used still to refer to a computer running Windows.
Ice Cream Sandwich: Android 4.0 Ð²Ð‚â€œ codenamed Ice Cream Sandwich Ð²Ð‚â€œ was previewed at the May 2011 Google I/O event, and officially launched at the Galaxy Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich release event on 19 October 2011. The SDK for Android 4.0 was publicly released on 19 October 2011. Google's Gabe Cohen stated that ICS was "theoretically compatible" with any Android 2.3.x device in production at that time. The source code for ICS became available on 14 November 2011, three days before the Galaxy Nexus was released.
Icon: A small picture on your screen which usually represents a program, folder, file or shortcut.
ICS: Internet Connection Sharing - A method in which 1 internet source can be shared with multiple computers. ICS can be setup with Windows XP or with software like Sygate/Wingate or hardware (routers).
IEEE 802.1: Standard for 11Mbps wireless network operation.
IEEE 802.11b: Standard for 11Mbps wireless network operation.
IEEE 802.1p: Standard for quality of service; network traffic prioritization.
IEEE 802.1Q: Standard relating to VLANs.
IEEE 802.2: Specifies the logical link control for various access methods.
Integrated: When intergrated is used, it means that 2 or more devices have been made into one device. For example, many motherboards have sound cards built into the board making it an integrated sound card.
IOS 5: iOS (formerly known as iPhone OS) is Apple's mobile operating system. Originally developed for the iPhone, it has since been extended to support other Apple, Inc. devices such as the iPod touch, iPad and Apple TV. Apple, Inc. does not license iOS for installation on third-party hardware. As of October 4, 2011, Apple, Inc.'s App Store contains more than 500,000 iOS applications, which have collectively been downloaded more than 18 billion times. In the last quarter of 2010, it had a 26% share of the smartphone operating system market in terms of units sold, behind Google's Android and Nokia's Symbian.
IP Address: Internet Protocol address - The address of a network node in the form of four sets of numbers up to 3 digits each and divided by periods, for example; 127.0.0.1. Everywhere you connect to, and even yourself when you login to your internet provider, is assigned an IP address.
Ipod: Ipod is a portable mp3 player (see also MP3) created by apple helping to fuel the apple comeback of the 2000's. Ipod's now are fulling functioning html readers meaning they can surf the web through your wifi connection and make video calls.
IPX: Novell network protocol that connects computers running NetWare.
IRC: Internet Relay Chat - A place where IRC clients connect to an IRC server to participate in real time test conversations.
IRQ: An IRQ is a signal from a piece of hardware (such as a keyboard or sound card) indicating that it needs the CPU to do something. The interrupt request signals run along the IRQ lines to an interrupt controller that assigns priorities to incoming IRQs and delivers them to the CPU.
ISA: A standard bus architecture associated with the IBM AT motherboards. It's a limited 8-bit and 16-bit bus, but widely compatible.
ISP: Internet Service Provider - If your reading this, you have an ISP. They are the backbone to the internet that you pay to connect to the internet, for example Earthlink, Road Runner, AOL and MSN to name a few larger ones.