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upload

[′əp‚lōd]
(computer science)
To transfer or copy data from a smaller computer, such as a microcomputer, to a larger computer.

upload

/uhp'lohd/ To transfer programs or data over a digital communications link from a smaller or peripheral "client" system to a larger or central "host" one.

Opposite: download.

upload

To send data from a user's machine to a server. For more details, see download and download vs. upload.
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The image is uploaded as a background operation which enables the user to access other functions on their Smartphone during the auto-uploading process.
I have uploaded videos once or twice in the past three years that were related to my son's dance performances.
Uploaded by notcatherinezeta Ducks at Penrhos uploaded by elpengraigwen1 This snap of a kingfisher was uploaded by temporary_diversion n Uploaded by bigfoot12 Uploaded on September 14, 2009 by bigfoot12 Babies in the nest uploaded by bigfoot12 We are family by pentreberwsjw A Mallard was photographed stretching its wings by cfc.
We're gathering members fast - with 110 people now signed up and more than 1,450 pictures uploaded to the site.
To successfully serve more than 10 million uniques per month and between 15 and 20 million video streams each day, we depend on Akamai's scalability to handle the significant amount of user-generated content that may be uploaded through our site at any given time," said Matt Sanchez, co-founder and CEO of VideoEgg, Inc.
The uploaded files are then made available in Perception's scoring tool for graders to review and score.
In the case of Flickr, uploaded images will also be displayed automatically in their precise location on the user's Flickr map.
Add captions in the browser that will be uploaded with their pictures to KODAK Gallery's online site
Demonstration of ZYB's new social networking offering including public profiles built on the user's uploaded mobile data.
July 7(th) 2005 - London, United Kingdom - 20 pieces of mobile videos shot by onlookers are uploaded to BBC.
After your video has been uploaded, click on the video and click "Share this File"