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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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High-tech assets must be packaged and palletized by reverse logistics suppliers.
When a high-tech crime occurs, it is not always clear which law enforcement jurisdiction is responsible for its investigation and prosecution.
For the high-tech security industry to reach current market projections, it will need the insurance industry in lock-step.
In July 1999, FASB decided to postpone indefinitely its consideration of the accounting treatment of purchased in-process research and development (IPR&D) costs -- a key high-tech issue.
The results of this study present building owners with an opportunity to get ahead of the high-tech tenant curve.
Capital raised by Israeli high-tech companies in 2006 was the highest in five years," said Zeev Holtzman, Chairman of IVC Research Center and Giza Venture Capital.
Energizer offers a variety of battery products that have numerous applications in electronic devices, particularly high-tech portable devices featured at CES.
Tmura receives donations of equity from mainly private Israeli and Israel-related high-tech companies and, upon a liquidity event, allocates the proceeds to education and youth-related charities in Israel.
This is a problem that affects the greater Boston-area economy and every other high-tech community.
Nationally, Cyberstates 2005 shows that the high-tech industry is slowly turning the corner.
Utah's high-tech industry lost 800 jobs in 2003, from a total of 49,300 in 2002 to 48,500 in 2003, the most recent available state data.