Technology / Digital Cameras / Card Reader
Card Reader: A small USB device that reads image files into the computer.
Compactflash Card: A popular form of removable media originally developed by sandisk. Compactflash cards are used in some digital cameras (especially digital SLRs), PDAs and handhelds, and other small portable . . . View Full Definition
Motherwort (Leonurus cardiaca): Antispasm, nervine hepatic, cardiac tonic, hypotensive. The latin names of this plant show its range of uses from delayed menstrual due to anxiety and uterine conditions while cardiaca indic . . . View Full Definition
Integrated Circuit Card ID (ICCID): 19 or 20-digit serial number of the SIM card.
Muscardin: Minor grape grown in the southern Rhone region of France and used to create color and body in red wine blends.
Network Card: Also, Network Interface Card or NIC. This is a component of a computer that enables the computer to communicate with other computers via a direct network connection.
PC Card (PCMCIA): PCMCIA stands for Personal Computer Memory Card International Association. Roughly credit-card sized, it is an expansion adapter for notebook and laptop PCs. They are removable modules that . . . View Full Definition
Network Interface Card (NIC): An adapter installed in an expansion slot or integrated onto the motherboard and allows the computer to connect to a network.
Myocardial Infarction: Heart attack: bleeding or blockage cuts off blood flow to part of the heart muscle
Pharmaceutical Cards: Identification cards issued by a pharmacy benefit management plan to plan members. These cards assist PBMs in processing and tracking pharmaceutical claims. Also known as drug cards or presc . . . View Full Definition