high-tech high-tech

Definition(s):

  • (adj) resembling or making use of highly advanced technology or devices

Usage(s):

  1. As more students turn to online paper mills for help, schools are fighting back with their own high-tech methods of detecting cheats.
  2. Two funds lure $835 millionNow that investors are feeling decidedly bullish about high-tech stocks, Merrill Lynch, characteristically, is thundering to the head of.
  3. Maggie Orth is tired of high-tech gadgets encased in hard, shiny plastic.

News

  1. High-tech efforts preserve giant guns

    SULLIVANS ISLAND, S.C. Preservationists are using computer sensors and other high-tech methods to protect massive iron Civil War guns at a fort in South Carolina that fired on Fort Sumter to open the
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Richmond Times-Dispatch

  2. Preservationists using high-tech methods to protect massive guns that opened Civil War

    Preservationists are using computer sensors and other high-tech methods to protect massive iron Civil War guns at a fort in South Carolina that fired on Fort Sumter to open the war in April 1861.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Fox News

  3. High-tech dreams

    The June 12 editorial, Miami’s Silicon Beach, concerning efforts to bring high-tech companies to South Florida is a pipe dream. This place is afflicted by the so-called “Sunshine Tax” and until that is dispelled nothing high tech will take root here. High-tech enterprises require leaders who can look beyond their own interests and cater to the needs and desires of young people who drive these ...
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Miami Herald

Quotes

  1. The host city itself is "a bold example of how to create new jobs and industries while transitioning to a 21st century economy," Obama said. "As a city that has transformed itself from the city of steel to a center for high-tech innovation...
    on Sep 8, 2009 By: Barack Obama Source: United Press International

  2. Home secretary Jacqui Smith said: "Our high-tech electronic borders system will allow us to count all foreign nationals in and out of the UK, while checking them against watch-lists." "These checks make up just one part of Britain's triple...
    on Aug 31, 2008 By: Jacqui Smith Source: ARNnet

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