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Virtual Category Domain Names For Sale

Domain Namepricelink
advertspace.com£150,000.00more...
bizname.eu£43000.00more...
blogit.org.uk£1,500.00more...
blogzone.co.uk£4000.00more...
connectwomen.com £15,500.00more...
cybeast.com £12,000.00more...
itgame.eu£55,000.00more...
myuk.mobi£2,000,000.00 more...
phlogger.eu£34,000.00more...
robotsmart.co.uk £20000.00more...
shopxxx.mobi£3,000,000.00 more...
slovensky.mobi£500,000.00 more...
soccersmart.com£52,000.00more...
toptoy.mobi£3,000,000.00 more...
voiping.mobi£300,000.00 more...
webwalk.mobi£3,000,000.00 more...
zook.mobi£152,000.00 more...
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Virtual Category Information

Virtual Category Information

Thinking of setting up a virtual website and need a suitable domain name? Select one from the list above.

Definition of Virtual: Virtual (Latin virtualis, from virtus ‘virtue’) is almost as described, but not completely or according to strict definition. Virtual Computing is not physically existing as such but made by software to appear to do so. Virtual Optics relating to the points at which rays would meet if produced backwards.

Virtual may also refer to:

  • Virtual Computing
    • computer software: a virtual disk in RAM; virtual memory on a hard disk
    • Virtual artifact (VA) — a representation rather than the ‘real’ thing, an immaterial object that exists in the human mind or in a digital environment
    • Virtual host — A function of modern web servers that allows more than one website to be hosted on the same server
    • Virtual memory — Memory that may not exist physically, but is made to appear so, by software
    • Virtual machines — Software based partitions of a single computer that function as if they were independent computers
    • Virtual function — Allows a derived class to override functions in classes from which it inherits
    • Virtual reality — A popular science fiction/IT concept, defining an artificial environment that is simulated by computer hardware and software
    • Virtual storage — Computer storage in which virtual addresses are mapped into real addresses
    • Virtual world — A computer-simulated environment
    • Virtuality — The opposite of reality,
    • Virtualisation — The concept of establishing and managing virtual machines or other virtual resources that share physical computing hardware
  • Networks and Internet
    • Virtual community — A group of people connected on-line, using the Internet
    • Virtual museum — An on-line, simulated museum
    • Virtual school — A school where students can do coursework on-line
    • Virtual sex — Alternative term for cybersex
    • Virtual shopping — A term for business-to-consumer electronic commerce (B2C)
    • Virtual tourism — Use of digital resources, especially on-line, for tourism, of simulated tours
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