Print Media vs. Electronic Media

The main difference between Print Media and Electronic Media is that Print Media is that means of mass communication through which information disseminated in printed form, and Electronic Media is one wherein electronic energy is employed to convey information to the audience. Print media is more of ‘habit’ with people and remain serves to a […]

GSM vs. CDMA

The main difference between GSM and CDMA is that GSM is specific to a SIM card that’s used with the cell phone. On the flip side, the CDMA is handset specific. Let’s talk a few more differences between GSM and CDMA in the comparison chart shown below. GSM CDMA GSM is SIM specific CDMA is […]

Skimming vs. Scanning

The difference between skimming and scanning is that skimming means to go through selected or main part of the context whereas the scanning refers to read a particular part of the context that you were searching for ignoring all another irrelevant context. The term skimming and scanning both refer to the type of reading. Just […]

Intrapersonal Communication vs. Interpersonal Communication

Communication is one of the pivotal processes in our lives, through which one can exchange thoughts, information, feelings and much more. The means of communication keeps on changing with the advancement in technology, for example in 90’s telephones were mostly used for the communication, nowadays smartphones are widely used for the communication purpose. As we […]

IPV 4 vs. IPV 6

IP is the abbreviation of Internal Protocol. This term is basically defined to be the technical format of packets as well as addressing scheme for the purpose of the computers to communicate over a network. There are so many networks who are involved in combining the IP with a higher-level protocol known as Transmission Control […]

OSI vs. TCP/IP

The reference model is a term used in software engineering which is a framework to help a better communication between networks. This is done by professionals who have knowledge in this field and consists of clearly stated instructions on how the system should work. It explains the whole structure or an important part of the […]

Piconet vs. Scatternet

In Piconet many networks are linked together by using the devices like Bluetooth. Scatternet is formed two or more piconets form a network, it actually acts as a bridge between multiple piconets. Both are usually applied to Bluetooth devices. Moreover scatternet and piconet are ad hoc computer networks. Piconet has a maximum network range of […]

TCP vs. UDP

The terms used on the internet are very complicated and can confuse the best of minds. Because of the technical language always being used it is not easy to decipher the exact meaning of everything, therefore, most people make their own mind up about a specific definition of a word and then use it accordingly. […]

Micro SIM vs. Nano SIM

SIM card is the primary component of a cell phone without which using the standard facilities such as calling and texting to other mobile phones is not possible. It is known as subscriber identity module and stores all the information of the user who is using the cell phone such as the mobile number, contacts, […]

iPhone 4 vs. iPhone 4S

The mega brand Apple had released both iPhone 4 and 4S at the commencing of the second decade of the current century. The first comparison between both these devices is simply the ‘Advancement’ of the included features, which also cause the prices as well. iPhone 4 was offered on its released year for £319 and […]