HDrip is a rip of a HD broadcast
The term hdrip is mainly shown on forums or download sites that offer illegal content. When a file is a HDrip, you can assume that it is a pretty good quality, because it is High Definition.
DRM is a way to encode music (or movie files) and thus manage user licenses. The technique allows the files to play only a certain number of times (or for a limited time). Read More
The bitcoin is like the euro or the dollar a currency, which is abbreviated to BTC. A big difference with normal money is that there is no physical currency, but that the bitcoin is completely digital. Read More
Napster was the first globally used peer-to-peer music part service and was sourced from a few students. by Napster, the MP3 file format became popular because it was very simple to share music from others. Read More
Dropbox is a piece of software that you install on your computer (or on your Mac, your smartphone, etc.). You specify which directory is synchronized, and everything that is in it is automatically synchronized. This Read More
Cloud computing is the most common name, often colloquially called the cloud. The Cloud has been brought to the attention of most people by the new works. The Cloud makes it possible for several people to work at home or on the go, no matter where a person is physically located. This is because many documents (and often also software) are available online somewhere, and no longer on the internal network at the company. Read More
The HTTP protocol is designed for transporting HTML files. It is used to get a page on the Internet from the Web server to the user (above you see if it is good also stand: http://www.wat-betekent.nl/wat-betekent-http/). Today's browsers take this for granted, and want http://to automatically filter out. The protocol determines which queries a client can make to the server, and which answers can be returned. In 1997, the HTTP standard jacked up to version 1.1. Read More
Someone has thus stopped a DVD movie in his computer and converted the movie as 1 file into a certain video format (often XviD or DivX). This has the effect that your movie is only about 750MB large, and no more 4gb. Most people will not see/hear the quality loss. In The illegal circuit there is often a distinction between a cam version and a DVD-RIP.