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T-1 - A leased-line connection capable of carrying data at 1,544,000 bits-per-second. At maximum theoretical capacity, a T-1 line could move a megabyte in less than 10 seconds. That is still not fast enough for full-screen, full-motion video, for which you need at least 10,000,000 bits-per-second. T-1 lines are commonly used to connect large LANs to the Internet.


T-3 - A leased-line connection capable of carrying data at 44,736,000 bits-per-second. This is more than enough to do full-screen, full-motion video.


T-9 (Predictive Text Entry) - A text messaging feature that predicts the word you want to spell based on the first few letters you enter, thus speeding up typing capability.


Tablet - A portable touchscreen device (e.g., the Apple® iPad®), that is smaller than a laptop but larger than a smartphone. Tablets are typically flat, slim and lightweight. They are often used to download apps and stream music and video.


<Table> - TABLE tag is defining a table.

<table>
  <tr>
    <td>First Cell</td>
    <td>Second Cell</td>
  </tr>
</table>


Talk Time - The length of time you can transmit calls on your mobile device before needing to recharge the battery. The battery capacity of a device is usually expressed in terms of minutes of talk time or hours of standby time.


TALKS for Verizon Wireless - A software that converts the displayed text on your mobile device into speech, offering accessibility to blind and visually impaired customers.


Tap / Tap and Pay - A technology that allows consumers to pay for purchases at a merchant location with a mobile device that is equipped with near field communication (NFC) capabilities.


Targeting criteria - The rules that define how a creative should be targeted for delivery to viewers.  There are several types of targeting criteria: audience targeting, custom targeting, geographic targeting, inventory and content targeting, screen type (delivery media) targeting, and technology and devices targeting


Task Manager - A service that lets you manage all of the apps or processes currently running on your device. From there, you can close out apps and processes individually or all at once.


Tax Class - Defines the type of taxes that are being applied i.e. G.S.T, VAT, Federal, State, or County tax.


Tax Jurisdiction - Defines a geographic area that has it's own distinct set of tax rules and regulations i.e. a Country, a State, a City, a Municipal, or a County.


TB (Tera byte) - A unit of measure for data that equals approximately 1 trillion bytes or 1,024 gigabytes.


<Tbody> - TBODY tag creates a table body.

<table>
  <thead>
    <tr>
      <td colspan="2">>Header - Complete List of Basic HTML Tags</td>
    </tr>
  </thead>
  <tbody>
    <tr>
      <td>Tags</td>
      <td>Attributes</td>
    </tr>
  </tbody>
  <tfoot>
    <tr>
      <td colspan="2">>Footer - Created by Fillster.com</td>
    </tr>
  </tfoot>
</table>


TCP/IP Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol - A suite of computer communication protocols that connect networks and allows them to communicate with each other. TCP verifies data transmission between a client and a server. IP moves the data to the appropriate node on a network. TCP/IP is the primary transmission protocol used on the Internet.


 <TD> - TD tag creates a data cell.

<table>
  <tr>
 <td>First Data Cell</td>

<td>Second Data Cell</td>
  </tr>
</table>


Techno graphic targeting - A targeting dimension that describes the technologies a user employs in their computing environment, such as their computer’s operating system.  Also referred to as “technology and devices targeting.”


Telephoto - Telephoto is a lens that uses a telephoto group to enable a longer focal length than the physical body of the lens would normally permit. This allows the lens to magnify images, while maintaining its small size.


Telnet - Telnet is an Internet protocol that allows you to connect to another computer on the Internet. After providing a name and password to logon to the remote computer, you can enter commands that will be executed as if you were entering them directly on the remote computer.


Tender Steering - The ability for a merchant to provide incentives to customers to use a particular type of card to pay.


Terminal - A device that allows you to send commands to a computer somewhere else. At a minimum, this usually means a keyboard and a display screen and some simple circuitry. Usually you will use terminal software in a personal computer – the software pretends to be (emulates) a physical terminal and allows you to type commands to a computer somewhere else.


Terminal Server - A special purpose computer that has places to plug in many modems on one side, and a connection to a LAN or host machine on the other side. Thus the terminal server does the work of answering the calls and passes the connections on to the appropriate node. Most terminal servers can provide PPP or SLIP services if connected to the Internet.


Tethering - The process of connecting your mobile device to a laptop or similar device using a data cable, allowing the laptop to access the Internet via the mobile device’s wireless network connection.


Text Ad – The standard type of AdWords ad, which typically includes a headline (25 characters in length), two lines of descriptive text (35 characters per line), and a display and destination URL (the display URL is limited to 35 characters).


Text Message - A short (160 characters max) text-only message sent from one mobile device to another. See also SMS.


Text Placeholders – Placeholder variables, such as {param2} and {param3}, allow users to simultaneously update multiple ads in your campaign all at once. One or more placeholders can be added to the ad title, ad text, display URL, or destination URL of multiple ads.


Text to Speech - A feature that converts text into speech, reading aloud to you electronic text (emails, Internet content, etc.) on your mobile device.


<Textarea> - TEXTAREA tag creates a text area.

<textarea rows="4" cols="30">
  Place you text in here...
</textarea>


TFT (Thin Film Transistor) - A type of flat-panel liquid crystal display (LCD) technology that has a tiny circuit located next to each pixel. This offers faster response time and greater contrast than other LCD technology.


<Tfoot> - TFOOT tag creates a table footer.

<table>
  <thead>
    <tr>
      <td colspan="2">>Header - HTML Tags List</td>
    </tr>
  </thead>
  <tbody>
    <tr>
      <td>HTML Tags</td>
      <td>HTML Attributes</td>
    </tr>
  </tbody>
  <tfoot>
    <tr>
      <td colspan="2">>Footer - Copyright © Fillster.com</td>
    </tr>
  </tfoot>
</table>


<TH> - TH tag creates a header cell.

<table>
  <tr>
    <th colspan="2">My Shopping List</th>
  </tr>
  <tr>
    <td>Apples</td>
    <td>Pears</td>
  </tr>
</table>


<Thead> - THEAD tag creates a table header.

<table>
  <thead>
    <tr>
      <td colspan="2">>Header text place here.</td>
    </tr>
  </thead>
  <tbody>
    <tr>
      <td>Element - 1</td>
      <td>Element - 2</td>
    </tr>
  </tbody>
  <tfoot>
    <tr>
      <td colspan="2">>Footer notes put here.</td>
    </tr>
  </tfoot>
</table>


The Verizon Plan - A simple plan just select the amount of data you want to share with up to 10 devices, or keep it all to yourself with 1 device. While in the US, it includes unlimited domestic calling, unlimited domestic and international messaging and free Verizon Cloud storage. With The Verizon Plan, there’s a monthly line access charge for each device plus a charge for the data plan. This plan launched on 8/13/15.


Three-point lighting - Three-point lighting is a common type of lighting setup that lights a subject from three different sources in order to control shadows and balance contrast. The three lights are typically called back, key, fill lights.


Ticket - Another name for the sales slip or its monetary value that results when a credit card purchase is made.


Tiles - An item on the Start screen of your Windows® Phone that gives you quick access to your most used apps and important information. You can customize the Start screen by pinning (adding), unpinning (removing), resizing and moving tiles to fit your needs. Tiles can be a plain image that you tap on to open an app, or they can be an interactive item that provides updated information, like weather reports, calendar events and social media feeds.


Tilts - Tilts are fixed up and down, or vertical, movements made with the camera.


Time Catch Shot - A feature on select smart phones that takes pictures before you do, so you never miss the perfect shot.


Time on Site - The average length of time a visitor spends accessing your site within a specified time period. You can use this data to measure the effectiveness and quality of your Website. The longer visitors spend on your site, the more informative and interactive your site is.


Time Restrictions - A feature of Usage Controls that allows the Account Owner to limit and control voice, messaging, and data use of a device on the account during certain times of day or days of the week.


Time-lapse - Time-lapse  is a technique where each frame in a video is captured at a much slower rate than normal. When played back at normal speed, time appears to go by faster. This can also be achieved by fast forwarding or increasing the speed of your video in an editing program.


<Title> - TITLE tag declares a title of an HTML document.

<html>
  <head>
    <title>Brief description of the web page.</title>
  </head>
  <body>
  </body>
</html>


TKIP - The Temporal Key Integrity Protocol was developed as a replacement for WEP but is no longer considered secure and has been removed from 802.11 standards. See WPA.


TLS - Transport Layer Security is a protocol designed to encrypt and authenticate all kinds of network traffic at the transport layer, and is the successor to SSL. It uses certificates to exchange public keys, which are then used to encrypt session keys.


Tokenization - The process of breaking a stream of text up into words, phrases, symbols, or other meaningful elements called tokens. In payments, it is the process of exchanging sensitive payment information for a unique identifier (token) that is used in lieu of the payments information.


Toll-Free Number - A phone number where all calls are paid for by the company or person being called. These can begin with 800, 888, 877, 866 or 855. Toll-free numbers are primarily a benefit to landline callers who'd otherwise have to pay long distance charges for calling a company or person outside of their local area. When you call a toll-free number from a mobile phone, you still use airtime minutes, but you’ll only be charged if you go over your monthly usage allowance.


Toolbar  - a row, column, or block of onscreen buttons or icons that, when clicked, activate certain functions of the program. For example, the standard toolbar in Word includes buttons for changing text to italic, bold, or other styles.


Top Exit Pages - The pages on your Website that visitors leave from. In Google Analytics, these pages are listed in order from those the most visitors exited your site to those pages that visitors least exited your site. Take into consideration the content of the exit page when deciding on a course of action. If people are leaving your site from a Thank You page, there is no need for worry. If one of your Top Exit Pages is another page on your site, you want to investigate why your visitors are leaving from this page.


Top Landing Pages - The first pages that users land on, or come to when entering your Website. Within Google Analytics, these pages are listed in order of most visited to least visited. This data is important because it allows you to see which pages are attracting visitors.


Top vs. Side  – Refers to a paid ad’s placement on the SERPs. Ads can appear at the top of the page or along the right-hand side of the page. This can be helpful since an ad’s performance can oftentimes be affected by position.


Topics Targeting  – Targeting method that allows advertisers to show ads on other websites around the Display Network that feature content related to your selected topics.  Topics targeting is based on the content of the websites and how Google classifies them.


Total Equipment Coverage (TEC) - Combines Wireless Phone Protection and Extended Warranty. Covers electronic malfunctions and manufacturers' defects with no deductible.


Total Mobile Protection - Coverage for your mobile device that combines the benefits of the Total Equipment Coverage program with technical support for your Verizon Wireless device and the things that connect with it. If your device is lost, stolen or damaged, or if you experience a mechanical or electrical defect after the manufacturer’s warranty expires, you're protected. Total Mobile Protection also includes subscriptions to Verizon Tech Coach and the Verizon Support & Protection Premium app.


Touch ID - A convenient, secure way for your phone to identify you by your fingerprint on Apple® iPhones® 5s or later. By holding your finger on the Home button, you can unlock your iPhone and make purchases in the iTunes Store, as well as use your fingerprint in place of a password in many apps. See also Fingerprint Recognition.


Touch less Control - A feature that lets you get directions, set an alarm and more all without touching your mobile device. Instead you can use various hand motions, like hovering and waving, to activate your device's functions.


Touch screen - A screen designed to work with input from your finger or a stylus. Rather than using a mouse or buttons to navigate, you can tap on the screen to activate virtual buttons or features that are displayed.


TQM - The Quant Method(TQM) is a behavioral marketing strategy that aims to create chemistry between clients and their customers and influence people through their personality type. - and business owners use The Quant Method as a way to build trust and break down a consumer's resistance to buy.


<TR> - TR tag creates a row in a table.

<table>
  <tr>
    <td>Data Cell 1</td>
    <td>Data Cell 2</td>
  </tr>
</table>


Trackball - A small sphere embedded in a device that you can rotate in any direction to navigate on the screen. The action may be represented by an onscreen cursor icon.


Tracking (or dolly) shot - A Tracking (or dolly) shot physically advances or changes the position of the camera relative to the subject, changing the spatial relations between a subject and its surroundings. These shots are often captured using a dolly or slider.


Tracking Code - A small snippet of code that is inserted into the body of an HTML page. The tracking code captures information about visits to a page.


Trade Show - An exhibition created so that manufacturers and distributors may show or demonstrate new products or services.


Trade-In Program - The Trade-In program provides you the option to recycle and trade in your old device. You'll receive a Verizon Wireless gift card for the appraised value of the old device, or you can choose to donate your old device to Hope Line.


Traffic - The total number of visits to your Website. Within Google Analytics, traffic can be divided into multiple categories including, direct, organic and paid.


Traffic Estimator – Free Ad Words tool that predicts how well a particular keyword could perform based on local and global search volume. Advertisers can also use this tool to research average prices and ad positions as well.


Traffic Sources - Where your traffic is coming from. Google Analytics includes information on which sites your visitors are coming to your Website from as well as what keywords they are using to get to your Website.


 Transaction - The process that takes place when a cardholder makes a purchase with a credit card.


Transaction Aggregation - Combining multiple transactions from a single cardholder and submitting them as one payment.


 Transaction Fee - A per transaction amount charged by the bank for processing each transaction. This amount is in addition to the discount rate. For example: a discount rate of 2.25% plus 15 cents per transaction.


Transfer of service - The process of transferring a line of service from the current account owner to a new account owner.


Tri Band - A device that operates on three of the four Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) transmitting frequencies: GSM 900, GSM 1800 and GSM 1900.


Trojan Horse - A computer program is either hidden inside another program or that masquerades as something it is not in order to trick potential users into running it. For example a program that appears to be a game or image file but in reality performs some other function. The term “Trojan Horse” comes from a possibly mythical ruse of war used by the Greeks sometime between 1500 and 1200 B.C.


Troll - An individual who regularly posts specious arguments, flames or personal attacks to a newsgroup, discussion list, or in email for no other purpose than to annoy someone or disrupt a discussion. Trolls are recognizable by the fact that the have no real interest in learning about the topic at hand – they simply want to utter flame bait. Trolls exhibit no redeeming characteristics, and as such, they are recognized as a lower form of life on the net, as in, “Oh, ignore him, he’s just a troll”.


Trouble shooting Assistant - An online Support tool available at VerizonWireless.com/troubleshooting that provides a list of troubleshooting solutions for issues on your specific device. The Troubleshooting Assistant may not be available for all devices. 


True View Video Ads – Available in in-stream, in-slate, in-search and/or in-display formats, these are video ads through Ad Words that give viewers the choice over which messages they want to see and when.


Trusted Contacts - A feature of Usage Controls that allows calling and messaging to/from specific phone numbers, email addresses, international numbers, and instant messaging screen names regardless of any other usage restriction.


Trusted Numbers - A feature of Usage Controls that allows calling and messaging to and from certain numbers regardless of Usage Limits or Time Restrictions.


TSM (Trusted Service Manager) - A neutral broker that sets up business agreements and technical connections with mobile network operators, phone manufacturers or other entities controlling the secure element on mobile phones. The TSM enables service providers to distribute and manage their contactless applications remotely by allowing access to the secure elements in NFC-enabled handsets.


TSR (Terminate and Stay Ready) - A program that loads itself into random access memory (RAM) and remains there so that it can be instantly activated. The TSR is removed from memory when the computer is turned off.


<Tt> - TT tag creates a teletype text.

This is a default font of the text, <tt>but this is a teletype font.</tt>


TTY / TDD (Teletypewriter/Telecommunications Device for the Deaf) - A device that enables people who are deaf, hard of hearing or speech-impaired to communicate over the phone through typed text messages.


Tune Wiki - A social music player app that provides local music playback, Internet radio playback, and social integration with Twitter® and Facebook.


Tungsten lights - Tungsten lights emit light using a filament of tungsten wire, and are larger versions of the everyday lighting found in your home. Tungsten light has a color temperature of around 3200K.


TV Out Capable - A device that allows you to connect to and view videos and pictures on a TV or monitor.


Twain- A graphics and imaging standard that allows companies to make drivers for scanners and digital cameras. Nearly all scanners on the market today are TWAIN-compliant, meaning the way they interact with your computer is based on the TWAIN standard.