- n. Plural form of interface.
“(Yes, the OS X interface, as are all other interfaces, is tired and old.)”
“One of the main problems plaguing alternative interfaces is that they are always trying to catch up with what users have grown used to and they can never succeed.”
“The hardware and software of the camera itself has remained mostly the same except for changes in interfaces, the ability to capture images at an increasingly higher quality and the ever-shrinking device.”
“It is also apparent that predictions of protein interfaces are not advanced by conservation knowledge alone.”
“In such an environment, building hardened, long-term interfaces and integration is counterproductive.”
“Slide 16: 16 Gaming and technology innovations - Innovations in storage, graphics cards, network access - Reliability and speed - Visual and tactile manipulation via many 'interfaces' - Industrial design for core / casual gaming - Future: Supercomputer consoles,”
“The problem is how this choice manifests itself in interfaces.”
“This host discovery procedure provides the network administrator with information about connected interfaces, which is useful for bandwidth provisioning and troubleshooting.”
“From the abstract: This paper presents the findings of our initial study to understand how children ages 7, 9, and 11 search the Internet using keyword interfaces in the home.”
“You can private-label the interfaces to make them your own, and best of all, everything is managed on Google's scalable, secure systems, just like AdSense.”
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