earning) See CBT
anguage) A timesharing language from the University of California.
anguage) An object-oriented programming language (EIA-721) for communicating to devices on a home network. It started out as part of the CEBus home network and evolved into an EIA standard. See CEBus
and Home Plug & Play
icense) Microsoft's general term for corporate, volume licensing agreements as opposed to single user registration of software.