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Active List

Active X


Allowed-list APN Applet





Client-side application or Client application Content

3G means ’third generation’ mobile technology. ’First generation’ mobiles were the old analogue bricks. ’Second generation’ (2G) were the first digital mobiles, and was when mobiles started to be able to access simplified web pages on your phone using slow dial-up connections. 2.5G was when 2G started getting smarter, with much faster GPRS connections giving support for colour pages and to download or send picture and video messages. 3G is the latest technology in mobile phone with faster processing so that you are able send live videos (streaming), make video calls, downloads and mobile browsing with better response times. Additional filtering rules are achieved through ‘allowed’ and ‘blocked’ lists. Up to 100 URL classifications are cached on the phone for faster, easier access to your most visited sites, this is referred to as your Active List. The Content Classifications stored URLs entered into the Active List will be valid for 30 days. An ActiveX control is a component program object that can be re-used by many application programs within a computer or among computers in a network. The technology for creating ActiveX controls is part of Microsoft's overall ActiveX set of technologies. ActiveX controls can be downloaded as small programs or animations for Web pages, but they can also be used for any commonly-needed task by an application program in the latest Windows and Macintosh environments. An ActiveX control is roughly equivalent in concept and implementation to the Java applet. The Administrator is the person who will be responsible for all aspects of mozone. They will set-up and maintain the account and control what level of access the mobile phone user will be given. For example the Administrator could a manager in a workplace or a parent. An allowed list of URLs, IP addresses Access Point Name (MMS, Optus WAP, Internet) An applet is a little application. Prior to the World Wide Web, the built-in writing and drawing programs that came with Windows were sometimes called "applets." On the Web, an applet is a small program that can be sent along with a Web page to a user. Java applets can perform interactive animations, immediate calculations, or other simple tasks without having to send a user request back to the server. A blog (short for weblog) is a personal online journal that is frequently updated and intended for general public consumption. Blogs are defined by their format: a series of entries posted to a single page in reverse-chronological order. Blogs generally represent the personality of the author or reflect the purpose of the Web site that hosts the blog. Topics sometimes include brief philosophical musings, commentary on Internet and other social issues, and links to other sites the author favours, especially those that support a point being made on a post. Bluetooth is a telecommunications industry specification that describes how mobile phones, computers, and personal digital assistants (PDAs) can be easily interconnected using a short-range wireless connection mozone software can be transferred from your PC to your mobile phone using Bluetooth technology if both the PC and the handset are Bluetooth enabled. A cache is a place to store something temporarily. The files you automatically request by looking at a Web page are stored on your hard disk in a cache directory. When you return to a page you've recently looked at, the browser can get it from the cache rather than the original server, saving you time and the network the burden of some additional traffic. You can usually vary the size of your cache, depending on your particular browser. Categories are website topic areas such as news, sport and entertainment. These classifications are used to ensure that the correct level of content is accessible to the mobile user. This refers to any application, which is resident on the handset.

A broad term used to describe any piece of formatted information, for example, text, audio, video, etc. In this context, it refers to these types of content resident or exchanged between mobile devices and the internet.

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