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    To celebrate Halloween tech-style, we're bringing you a fun — but totally legit — list of some of the spookiest acronyms and tech term oddities we've come across while compiling the Webopedia database. »

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    Server virtualization and desktop virtualization can be a confusing topic if you don't know the inherent differences between the two virtualization technologies. »

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    Wi-Fi is the name of a wireless networking technology that uses radio waves to provide high-speed network and Internet connections. This Webopedia "Did You Know..." article explains Wi-Fi technology: how it works and misconceptions about Wireless Fidelity. »

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