The Computer Desktop Encyclopedia is the oldest computer reference manual in history, dating back to 1981. The 20,000+ definitions cover everything in software and hardware and equip you with the knowledge to understand the inside and outside of your computer. Whether you have a PC, a Mac, Unix, or Linux, your operating system is covered, right along with its peripherals.
Webster’s New World Hacker Dictionary contains more than just the 875+ definitions and explanations of Hacker slang. It also contains case studies, theories on hacking, stories of famous hackers, details about Internet security tools, references for further reading, and useful tips and tricks on how to protect your computer. Laws on Internet security, and legal cases relating to hacking, are also included so you get more than just a guide to how Hacker’s talk--you also get the whole picture of how hacking has affected culture and society.
Telecom, short for telecommunication, is a broad field that has become even broader with the advent of new technologies. Webster’s New World Telecom Dictionary provides explanations on words and concepts within the fields of data, video, multimedia communications systems, network technologies, applications, and industry regulation.