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Stands for Advanced Audio Distribution Profile. It lets you stream high-quality audio from one device to another (like from your mobile phone to your car stereo) without the need for wires or cables.
A wireless technology that lets devices communicate and share data within close range. It allows you to communicate with other phone users, sync with your PC, or connect wirelessly with devices like handsfree car kits.
This term describes a quantity of information, and is used in several ways. ‘Data transmission’ is the process of transferring information from one source to another, i.e. sending a text, while ‘downloading data’ could refer to an audio or video file.
FM radio on a phone uses radio waves, not your network, so it’s free to use and can be listened to through headphones.
Stands for gigabyte, a unit of data. It’s often used when referring to data storage, e.g. on an iPod, or it can also refer to the amount of data used when surfing the internet, streaming or downloading content. There are 1024 megabytes in 1GB.