- GB (Gigabyte)
1GB is equal to approximately 1 billion bytes or exactly 1024 MB.
- Gbps (Gigabits per second)
1 Gbps = 1024 Mbps. Gbps measures data transmission over a carrier.
Geo-tagging is a function, where GPS-enabled devices can insert metadata with geographical information (coordinates) into a file such as photo, associating it with the geographic location it was taken at.
General Packet Radio Service is a packet-switching technology that enables data transfers through cellular networks. It is used for mobile internet, MMS and other data communications. In theory the speed limit of GPRS is 115 kbps, but in most networks it is around 35 kbps. Informally, GPRS is also called 2.5G.
- GPS (Global Positioning System)
GPS, which stands for Global Positioning System, is a radio navigation system that allows land, sea, and airborne users to determine their exact location, velocity, and time 24 hours a day, in all weather conditions, anywhere in the world.
gpsOne is the brand name for a mobile GPS chipset manufactured by Qualcomm that allows mobile phones to lock a user’s position faster by using a technology referred to as A-GPS or Assisted-GPS.
- gpsOneXTRA Assistance technology
Qualcomm’s new gpsOneXTRA Assistance technology provides enhanced operation by enabling a user to download a small assistance data file through a brief Internet access session.
Network operators who have not yet deployed A-GPS systems can provide their subscribers with enhanced GPS performance on mobile handsets by using Qualcomm’s gpsOneXTRA Assistance technology.
- GPU (Graphics Processing Unit)
A graphics processing unit (GPU) is a computer chip that performs rapid mathematical calculations, primarily for the purpose of rendering images.
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