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high tech

(high TECHnology) High tech refers to the latest advancements in computers and electronics as well as to the social and political environment and consequences created by such machines. Contrast with high touch.


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To sum up the conference a panel of top journalists from the major newspapers covering technology will share their vision and forecast for the growing Israeli high-technology industry.
While Idaho was hit hard by the technology slowdown, losing some 1,200 jobs in 2003, the industry is rebounding, according to Cyberstates 2005: A State-by-State Overview of the High-Technology Industry, a new analytical report released today by AeA.
While Minnesota's tech industry was hit hard by the technology slowdown, losing some 9,300 jobs in 2003, there has been growth in high-tech exports and in venture capital investments, according to Cyberstates 2005: A State-by-State Overview of the High-Technology Industry, a new analytical report released today by AeA.
While Illinois' tech industry was hit hard by the technology downturn, losing some 17,100 jobs in 2003, the tech industry job loss is slowing, according to Cyberstates 2005: A State-by-State Overview of the High-Technology Industry, a new analytical report released today by AeA.
Jim is perfect for the job, because he has experience in all aspects of high-technology industry from R&D to product development," said Derek Cheung, Chief Executive Officer of RSC.
Later, Richard entered the high-technology industry starting sales executive for computer software companies, and working his way up to managing entire companies.
Her proven leadership in the high-technology industry will help us extend our market presence and establish strong VFA brand recognition.
The District of Columbia's high-technology industry added 2,200 tech jobs between 2001 and 2002, according to Cyberstates 2003: A State-by-State Overview of the High-Technology Industry, a new analytical report released today by AeA.

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