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- Electronics : Science of systems that work based on the flow of electrons through various substances or a vacuum, for the purposes of storing information or controlling devices.
- Apple Macintosh : A personal computer that runs the Mac operating system (currently over BSD/UNIX), has a generally closed architecture, and is optimized for a consistent user interface. Developed in the early 1980s and released in 1984 by Apple Inc. (at the time known as Apple Computer).
- Mac OS X : BSD-based, POSIX-compatible graphical Unix operating system made by Apple for use on Macintosh computers.
- Darwin operating system : The open source, Unix-like base operating system of the Mac OS X, which uses the Mach-based XNU kernel.
- IPhone : A cellular telephone manufactured and distributed by Apple Inc.
- IPad : Tablet computer produced by Apple Inc. and announced in January 2010.
- IPod : A portable media player, produced and sold by Apple, Inc.
- Time Machine (software) : A backup tool for Mac OS X.
- Personal computer : A computer whose price, size, and features make it suitable for personal use.
- Silicon Valley : Part of the San Francisco Bay Area in California that is home to a large number of technology companies.
- Microsoft : A computer software company founded in 1975 by Bill Gates and Paul Allen.
- Google : Web search engine company jointly founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin.