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Qore (PlayStation Network)

Qore was a monthly subscription-based interactive online magazine for the PlayStation Network and replaces the Jampack series of disks offered by PlayStation Underground. Available only in North America, the service offered high definition videos ...

                                               

Room for PlayStation Portable

Room for PlayStation Portable was a community-based social networking service that halted development on April 15, 2010. It was being developed by Sony Computer Entertainment Japan and was being beta tested in Japan from October 2009 to April 201 ...

                                               

Satellaview

The Satellaview is a satellite modem peripheral produced by Nintendo for the Super Famicom in 1995. Containing 1 megabit of ROM space and an additional 512 kB of RAM, Satellaview allowed players to download games, magazines and other forms of con ...

                                               

Sega Channel

Sega Channel was an online game service developed by Sega for the Genesis video game console, serving as a content delivery system. Launching in December 1994, Sega Channel was provided to the public by TCI and Time Warner Cable through cable tel ...

                                               

Sega Meganet

Sega Meganet, also known as the Net Work System, was an online service for the Mega Drive in Japan and later Brazil. Utilizing dial-up Internet access, Meganet was Segas first online multiplayer gaming service, and functioned on a pay to play bas ...

                                               

Sega Net Link

Sega Net Link is an attachment for the Sega Saturn game console to provide Saturn users with internet access and access to email through their console. The unit was released in October 1996. The Sega Net Link fit into the Sega Saturn cartridge po ...

                                               

Skillz (company)

Skillz is an online mobile multiplayer competition platform that is integrated into a number of iOS and Android games. Players use it to compete in competitions against other players across the world.

                                               

SpotPass and StreetPass

SpotPass and StreetPass are communication systems first introduced with Nintendos 3DS games system; SpotPass was later incorporated into the Wii U game console. SpotPass delivers content from the Internet to the consoles, and StreetPass uses loca ...

                                               

Teleplay Modem

The Teleplay Modem is an unreleased modem prototype for the Nintendo Entertainment System created by Keith Rupp and Nolan Bushnell, designed to eventually provide online play between NES, Sega Genesis, and Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The ...

                                               

Virtual Console

Virtual Console, also abbreviated as VC, is a line of downloadable video games for Nintendos Wii and Wii U home video game consoles and the Nintendo 3DS handheld game console. The Virtual Console lineup consists of titles originally released on p ...

                                               

WiiConnect24

WiiConnect24 was a feature of the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection for the Wii console. It was first announced at Electronic Entertainment Expo in mid-2006 by Nintendo. It enabled the user to remain connected to the Internet while the console was on sta ...

                                               

Wtfast

wtfast is a Canadian company that provides an optimized gaming network, also known as the Gamers Private Network, for MMO, FPS, and MOBA gamers. It is a platform that online gamers use to access gaming servers with an uninterrupted connection. Th ...

                                               

XLink Kai

XLink Kai is a program developed by Team XLink allowing for online play of video games with support for LAN multiplayer modes. It enables players on the Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation ...

                                               

Online help

Online help is topic-oriented, procedural or reference information delivered through computer software. It is a form of user assistance. Most online help is designed to give assistance in the use of a software application or operating system, but ...

                                               

Apple Help Viewer

Help Viewer is a WebKit based HTML viewer for macOS aimed at displaying help files and other documentation. It is found in /System/Library/CoreServices/Help Viewer.app. The default file extension is ".help". Help index files are generated with He ...

                                               

Balloon help

Balloon help was a help system introduced by Apple Computer in their 1991 release of System 7.0. The name referred to the way the help text was displayed, in "speech balloons", like those containing words in a comic strip. The name has since been ...

                                               

Context-sensitive help

Context-sensitive help is a kind of online help that is obtained from a specific point in the state of the software, providing help for the situation that is associated with that state. Context-sensitive help, as opposed to general online help or ...

                                               

GNOME Devhelp

Devhelp is a GTK/GNOME browser for API documentation; it works natively with gtk-doc. It is integrated in GNOME development tools such as GNOME Builder, Glade and Anjuta, and is an official application of the GNOME project. Devhelp uses Bonobo fo ...

                                               

Help key

A Help key, found in the shape of a dedicated key explicitly labeled Help, or as another key, typically one of the function keys, on a computer keyboard, is a key which, when pressed, produces information on the screen/display to aid the user in ...

                                               

Info (Unix)

Info is a software utility which forms a hypertextual, multipage documentation and help viewer working on a command line interface, useful when there is no GUI available. Info reads info files generated by the texinfo program and presents the doc ...

                                               

Information Presentation Facility

Information Presentation Facility is a system for presenting online help and hypertext on IBM OS/2 systems. IPF also refers to the markup language that is used to create IPF content. The IPF language has its origins in BookMaster and Generalized ...

                                               

JavaHelp

JavaHelp is both an application and a format for online help files that can be displayed by the JavaHelp browser. It is written in Java, and is mainly used in Java applications. It can be used for any application and it does require the overhead ...

                                               

Macintosh Guide

Macintosh Guide, also referred to as Apple Guide, was Apple Computers online help and documentation system, added to the classic Mac OS in System 7.5 and intended to work alongside Balloon Help. In addition to hypertext, indexing and searching of ...

                                               

Microsoft Assistance Markup Language

Microsoft Assistance Markup Language is an XML-based markup language developed by the Microsoft User Assistance Platform team to provide user assistance for the Microsoft Windows Vista operating system. It makes up the Assistance Platform on Wind ...

                                               

Microsoft Help 2

Microsoft Help 2.x is a proprietary format for online help files, developed by Microsoft and first released in 2001 as a help system for Visual Studio.NET and MSDN Library. Microsoft Help 2.x is the help engine used in Microsoft Visual Studio 200 ...

                                               

Microsoft Help Viewer

Microsoft Help Viewer is the offline help system developed by Microsoft that ships with Visual Studio 2010 and its associated MSDN Library. Microsoft Help Viewer 1.x supersedes Microsoft Help 2 which is the help system used by Microsoft Visual St ...

                                               

Usage message

In computer programming, a usage message or help message refers to a brief message displayed by a program that utilizes a command-line interface for execution. This message usually consists of the correct command line usage for the program and in ...

                                               

WinHelp

Microsoft WinHelp is a proprietary format for online help files that can be displayed by the Microsoft Help browser winhelp.exe or winhlp32.exe. The file format is based on Rich Text Format. It remained a popular Help platform from Windows 3.0 pl ...

                                               

Cartika

Cartika Internet Solutions Provider Inc. is a Canadian Internet Services Provider ISP based in Toronto Ontario. The company leases capacity via large scale colocation commits from existing data centers, including sites in Toronto and Dallas.

                                               

DNS hosting service

A DNS hosting service is a service that runs Domain Name System servers. Most, but not all, domain name registrars include DNS hosting service with registration. Free DNS hosting services also exist. Many third-party DNS hosting services provide ...

                                               

Hetzner

Hetzner Online GmbH is an Internet hosting company and data center operator based in Gunzenhausen, Germany. It should not be confused with its former South African namesake and partner company xneelo formerly Hetzner Pty Ltd) - the two are separa ...

                                               

Leaseweb

Leaseweb is a Dutch cloud computing and web services company with offices in Europe, Asia, and the United States. Leaseweb is a subsidiary of OCOM, an internet services company headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

                                               

Shell account

A shell account is a user account on a remote server, traditionally running under the Unix operating system, which gives access to a shell via a command-line interface protocol such as telnet or SSH. Shell accounts were made first accessible to i ...

                                               

Socket (telecommunications)

Socket is a Missouri-based telecommunications provider, with its headquarters in Columbia, Missouri. Socket is a privately held company and offers local and long distance phone service, DSL and fiber-optic internet, and data solutions to resident ...

                                               

Telehouse Europe

Established in 1988, Telehouse is a major carrier-neutral colocation, ICT solutions and managed services provider based in Docklands, London. It operates eight facilities in London, Paris and Frankfurt. Part of the global Telehouse network of dat ...

                                               

UKFast

UKFast.Net Ltd is a business-to-business hosting company based in Manchester, UK. It is principally known for managed hosting, cloud services, and colocation. The business owns and operates its data centre complex in Trafford Park, Manchester. As ...

                                               

Help a Reporter Out

Help a Reporter Out is an online service for journalists to obtain feedback from the public. It enables journalists to connect with experts in issues relevant to their reporting. It was founded as a Facebook group in 2008 by Peter Shankman and wa ...

                                               

Online journalism in India

Online journalism in India is a growing field shared between traditional media and the growing blogging community. Large media companies, traditionally print and television focused, continue to dominate the journalism environment now online but a ...

                                               

Open-source journalism

Open-source journalism, a close cousin to citizen journalism or participatory journalism, is a term coined in the title of a 1999 article by Andrew Leonard of Salon.com. Although the term was not actually used in the body text of Leonards article ...

                                               

ThePrint

ThePrint is an Indian digital news online-newspaper using a website supplemented by channels such as YouTube and Facebook to distribute content It is supported by Printline Media Pvt Ltd, a company headquartered in New Delhi on 16 September 2016. ...

                                               

Australian Musician (magazine)

Australian Musician magazine was launched by the Australian Music Association in 1995 as a quarterly, colour publication in print. Its aim was to inform, educate and entertain local musicians of all levels. It was an initiative of AMA executive c ...

                                               

B O D Y

B O D Y is an international online literary magazine publishing new work on a rolling basis. It publishes short stories, poetry, creative nonfiction, reviews, translations, essays, artworks, photography, performance texts and has been noted for i ...

                                               

Billboard Japan

Billboard Japan is a sister organization of the U.S based music magazine Billboard. It is operated by the Japanese Osaka-based company Hanshin Contents Link, holding an exclusive licence from Billboard s parent company to the Billboard brand name ...

                                               

Blueprintreview

The magazine was founded in May 2005 by the German author and web freelancer Dorothee Lang, who still edits it. Initially focused on experimental poetry and Flash fiction, it developed a broader spectrum over time. In June 2006, a first print iss ...

                                               

Bodos Power Systems

Bodos Power Systems is a German monthly news magazine focusing exclusively on power electronics and is published in Laboe. The editor-in-chief is Bodo Arlt.

                                               

Bride to Be (magazine)

Bride to Be is an Australian bridal magazine published by Pacific Magazines, owned by Seven West Media. Bride to Be includes articles about wedding ideas and practical for planning a wedding.

                                               

Clubic

Clubic is a French web site owned by M6web until marsh 2018 and now independent. Created in 2000, this webzine about computing and multimedia offers news, reviews and downloads of software applications, as well as community services. The web site ...

                                               

De Correspondent

de Correspondent is a Dutch news website based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. It was launched on 30 September 2013 after raising more than €1 million in a crowdfunding campaign in eight days. The website distinguishes itself by rejecting the daily ne ...

                                               

Cyclic Defrost

Cyclic Defrost is an Australian specialist electronic music magazine. It was founded and edited by Sebastian Chan, with current editors Bob Baker Fish, Chris Downton and Peter Hollo. It covers independent electronic music, avant-rock, experimenta ...

                                               

Defense Update

Defense Update was established in 1978 as a printed magazine, founded by IDF Retired LtCol. David Eshel. דוד אשל It was the first international defense publication published from Israel, and the first privately operated defense magazine published ...