A paid agreement with a mobile carrier that gives the user access to the provider's cellular and/or data network.
Also known as a subscriber identification module, a SIM card is a chip that stores the data that allows a mobile phone to connect to the provider's network.
A mobile device that is capable of performing many of the functions of a computer, like browsing the internet, sending and receiving emails, playing music, and more.
A software licensing and delivery model where software is hosted centrally and licensed to customers on a subscription basis.
A collection of tools and programs that are used for software development.