Tech Glossary

Discover an Extensive Collection of Technology Terms and Industry Jargons

3D Printing

The process of creating three-dimensional objects by layering or adding materials based on digital models.

API (Application Programming Interface)

A set of rules and protocols that allows different software applications to communicate and interact with each other.

Artificial Intelligence (AI)

The development of intelligent machines and systems that can perform tasks that typically require human intelligence.

Augmented Reality (AR)

Overlays digital content onto the real world, enhancing the user's perception and interaction with their environment.


A digital representation of a user in a virtual environment, often customized to reflect their appearance and characteristics.

Big Data

Large volumes of structured and unstructured data that can be analyzed and processed to gain insights and make informed decisions.


A distributed ledger technology that ensures secure and transparent transactions, providing a decentralized and tamper-proof record.


The process of creating a unique and recognizable identity for a product, service, or organization, including its name, logo, and messaging.

Cloud Computing

The practice of accessing and storing data, applications, and resources over the internet instead of on local devices or servers.

Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO)

The process of optimizing a website or landing page to increase the percentage of visitors who take a desired action.


Digital or virtual currency that uses cryptography for secure transactions and operates independently of central banks.


Measures and practices implemented to protect computer systems, networks, and data from unauthorized access, breaches, or attacks.

Data Privacy

The protection of personal information and the control individuals have over how their data is collected, used, and shared.

Data Minig

The process of extracting meaningful information or patterns from large datasets.

Decentralized Finance (DeFi)

Financial applications and services built on blockchain technology, offering greater accessibility, transparency, and control.

Digital Assets

Any form of digital content, including images, videos, music, or documents, that hold value and can be owned or traded.

Digital Experience

The overall user experience when engaging with digital technologies, including websites, applications, and virtual environments.

Digital Identity

A representation of an individual's online persona, often consisting of personal information, preferences, and activities.

Digital Marketing

Promoting products, services, or brands using digital channels, such as websites, social media, email marketing, and online advertising.


The buying and selling of goods or services conducted over the internet or electronic platforms.

Extended Reality (XR)

An umbrella term that encompasses VR, AR, and mixed reality, offering a continuum of experiences that blend the real and virtual worlds.


The integration of game elements, mechanics, and design principles into non-gaming contexts to engage and motivate users

Haptic Feedback

Touch-based sensations or vibrations that simulate physical interactions in virtual or augmented reality experiences.

Internet of Things (IoT)

The network of physical devices, vehicles, appliances, and other objects embedded with sensors and software, enabling them to connect and exchange data.

Lead Generation

The process of attracting and capturing potential customers' interest and contact information for further nurturing and conversion.

Machine Learning

A subset of AI that focuses on enabling machines to learn from data and improve performance without explicit programming.


A collective virtual shared space, where users can interact with a computer-generated environment and other users.

Metaverse Economy

The metaverse economy refers to the financial system of a metaverse, involving transactions, investments, and various exchange rates.

Mixed Reality

A combination of real and virtual elements, allowing users to interact with both physical and digital objects simultaneously.

NFT (Non-Fungible Token)

A unique digital asset that is authenticated and stored on a blockchain, certifying its ownership and provenance.

Spatial Computing

The technology that enables the understanding and interaction with the physical world in a virtual or augmented environment.


In a virtual context, the ability to instantly transport oneself from one location to another within a virtual world or metaverse.

User Experience (UX)

The overall experience and satisfaction a user has when interacting with a product, system, or service.

User Interface (UI)

The visual and interactive elements that enable users to interact with a digital product or system.

User-generated Content (UGC)

Content created and shared by users rather than by the brand or organization.

Virtual Commerce

Buying and selling goods or services in virtual environments, often through virtual storefronts or digital marketplaces.

Virtual Convention Center

A virtual space specifically designed to host and facilitate conferences, meetings, and events

Virtual Land

The digital space owned by users within a metaverse, similar to physical real estate

Virtual Marketplace

A platform where virtual goods and services can be traded, sold, or purchased

Virtual Tourism

The act of exploring virtual spaces and destinations within a metaverse rather than physically traveling to a destination

Virtual Event

An online gathering or conference that takes place in a virtual environment, allowing participants to connect and engage remotely.

Virtual World

A computer-generated environment where users can interact with each other and the surroundings, simulating a virtual reality experience.


The next generation of the internet, focusing on decentralization, user ownership of data, and blockchain-based technologies.


An open standard that enables VR and AR experiences to be accessed directly through web browsers, without the need for specific applications.

XR (Extended Reality)

An umbrella term that encompasses VR, AR, and mixed reality, offering a continuum of experiences that blend the real and virtual worlds.