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GCSE GCSE ICT Mind Map on ICT, created by Smithyurst on 05/10/2013.

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Smithyurst
Created by Smithyurst about 6 years ago
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1 Online Banking
1.1 Payment
1.1.1 Third Party Payment
1.1.2 Credit Card
1.1.3 Debit Card
1.2 Advantages
1.2.1 Faster To buy than the High Street
1.2.2 See Reviews on the product
1.2.3 See price and details clearly
1.3 Disadvantages
1.3.1 Cant actaully see the product
1.3.2 You must wait for it to be delivered
1.3.3 Delivery Costs
2 Protacals
2.1 HTTPS
2.2 HTTP
2.3 IP
2.4 TCP
2.5 FTP
2.6 UDP
2.7 SMTP
2.8 ICMP
3 Cables
3.1 DVI
3.2 VGA
3.3 FireCable
3.4 HDMI
3.5 Scartch
3.6 USB
3.7 Micro USB
4 Connectivity
4.1 Email
4.1.1 Spam
4.1.2 Social
4.1.3 Advertisment
4.1.4 Hackers
4.1.4.1 White Hackers
4.1.4.2 Gray Hackers
4.1.4.3 Black Hackers
4.2 Social Networks
4.2.1 Social
4.2.2 Cyberbullying
4.2.3 Advertisment
4.3 HardWare
4.3.1 Router
4.3.2 Modem
4.3.3 Wireless Extender
4.3.4 Wireless Adapter
4.4 Advanatges
4.4.1 Talk to friends
4.4.2 Interact with frinds
4.4.3 Make new friends
4.5 Disavantages
4.5.1 Hackers
4.5.1.1 White Hackers
4.5.1.2 Gray Hackers
4.5.1.3 Black Hackers
4.5.2 Predators
4.5.3 Not Safe
4.6 Online Gaming
4.6.1 Social
4.6.1.1 New Friends
4.6.1.2 Bullys
4.6.1.3 Predators
4.6.2 Entertainment
5 Mobile Phones
5.1 Functions
5.1.1 Core Functions
5.1.1.1 Texting
5.1.1.2 Utilities
5.1.1.3 Calls
5.1.2 Added Functions
5.1.2.1 Apps
5.1.2.2 Camera
5.1.2.3 Internet Browsing
5.1.2.4 Entertainment
5.1.2.5 GPS receiver
5.2 Security
5.2.1 PIN number
5.2.2 Password
5.2.3 Biometric Lock
5.2.4 Lock the SIM card
5.2.5 Restrict Bluetooth
5.3 Advantages
5.3.1 Social
5.3.2 Simple to operate
5.3.3 can be used for multiple things
5.4 Disadvantages
5.4.1 Easily Stealable
5.4.2 Not Suitable for the elderly
5.4.3 Can be used against you
6 Computing Platforms
6.1 Note Book
6.1.1 Advantages
6.1.1.1 Highly Portable
6.1.1.2 Wireless
6.1.2 Disadvantages
6.1.2.1 Very expensive
6.1.2.2 Very Short battery Life
6.1.2.3 Runs of Battery
6.2 Desktop
6.2.1 Advantages
6.2.1.1 Powerful
6.2.1.2 Easy to upgrade
6.2.1.3 Low cost compared to the others
6.2.2 Disadvantages
6.2.2.1 Not Mobile
6.2.2.2 Takes up space
6.3 Laptops
6.3.1 Advantages
6.3.1.1 Mobile
6.3.1.2 Wireless
6.3.2 Disadvantages
6.3.2.1 Runs On Battery
6.3.2.2 Expensive
6.3.2.3 Short Battery Life
6.4 Tablets
6.4.1 Advantages
6.4.1.1 Mobility
6.4.1.2 Wireless
6.4.1.3 Touch Screen
6.4.2 Disadvantages
6.4.2.1 Short Battery Life
6.4.2.2 Runs of Battery
6.4.2.3 Slow Compared to others
7 Health and Saftey
7.1 Injurys
7.1.1 Physical Injury
7.1.1.1 Not paying attention there suroundins
7.1.1.2 Joint Stiffness
7.1.1.3 Obesity
7.1.2 Mental Injurys
7.1.2.1 Over use of Internet
7.1.2.2 overuse of computers
7.1.2.3 Digital divide
7.2 Dangers
7.2.1 Drinking near a computer
7.2.2 lose cables
7.2.3 Unstable Structure
7.3 Procuations
7.3.1 Cable mats
7.3.2 keep liquids away from a computer
7.3.3 Beware of suroundings
8 Gaming
8.1 Features of Games Consoles
8.1.1 High Resolution Output
8.1.2 CD, DVD, Blueray Drives
8.1.3 Connectivity
8.1.4 Multiplayer
8.2 Consoles
8.2.1 Nintendo WII
8.2.2 Xbox 360
8.2.3 Playstation 3
8.2.4 WII U
8.3 Peripherals
8.3.1 Wireless Controller
8.3.2 Wireless Headset
8.3.3 Microphone
8.3.4 Motion Sensors
8.3.5 Hard Drive Transfer Cable
8.3.6 Webcam
8.4 Advantages
8.4.1 New Friends
8.4.2 Entertainment
8.4.3 Watch Movies
8.5 Disadvantages
8.5.1 RSI
8.5.2 Obesity
8.5.3 Eye strain
8.5.4 Overuse
8.5.5 Joint Problems

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