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Interactive Media Applications Software

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ALSO CALLED: Multimedia Programs, Interactive Multimedia, Interactive Applications, Multimedia Applications, Multimedia Software, Interactive Media, ShockWave
DEFINITION: An OS X widget is a downloadable, interactive virtual tool that provides services or increased functionality within the Apple operating system. Essentially, widgets are miniature applications that allow the user to perform common tasks easily and access information quickly. OS X 10.3 and 10.4 automatically revert to the Dashboard after a set period of time, bringing whatever widgets that are installed  … 
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INTERACTIVE MEDIA APPLICATIONS SOFTWARE DEFINITION (continued): …  and active to the foreground. In their current incarnation, widgets provide services including -- but by no means limited to -- the following: Lists of the latest news headlines or RSS news feeds. Customizable weather forecasting, with radar and reflectivity real-time tracking. Mapping, including access to mash-ups of geography and other data and Microsoft's Virtual Earth. iTunes media content playback and listings. Sticky notes. Stock market activity tracking. Travel information, including links to flight tracking and airport status reports. Language translation. Real-time sports scores. … 
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