WAP, dongle, and cookie are some of the least understood words by the British public, according to a survey.The Gadget Helpline surveyed more than 5,000 users and came up with a Top 10 list of technology-related words people find most confusing. The firm says companies should use language people understand, rather than resorting to jargon. The move is backed by the Plain English Campaign, saying it would help bring down the "walls of techno-babble". Peter Griffiths, campaign secretary for the Plain English Campaign, told the BBC that there were ways to make things easy for users to understand. "We need to pull our head out of the digital clouds and use plain English," he said. TOP 10 CONFUSING TERMS
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