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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 can also be retired in extremely small quantities from multiple locations.
The most promising approach so far is a task force in which high-tech specialists from city, county, state, and federal law enforcement agencies work together and accept assistance from industry.
High-tech security experts are trumpeting the benefits of insurance.
During the time venture funding seemed endless many high-tech firms pursued aggressive growth plans and signed for more space than they needed.
In response, FASB has pushed back its planned implementation date from late 2000 to mid-2001 in hopes of cobbling together a compromise that will satisfy the high-tech forces while addressing some of FASB's technical accounting concerns.
IVC Research Center is Israel's leading research center providing business leaders with an unmatched wealth of data on Israeli venture capital, private equity and high-tech industries.
It is important for landlords to anticipate high-tech tenant needs because these tenants are vital to the continued growth of the ITD and Silicon Alley," said Sharon Greenberger, vice president of economic development for the Downtown Alliance.
MRG has compiled a detailed and insightful analysis of the top competitors in the US video and high-tech market.
Energizer eU Lithium batteries: the world's longest lasting AA and AAA batteries in high-tech devices.
The Israel Hi Tech Award for 2006 is a token of acknowledgment and gratitude by the venture capital association and Israeli high-tech industry to the winners for their initiative and foresight.
This eighth annual edition of Cyberstates provides a comprehensive review of the high-tech industry nationally and state-by-state by high-tech employment, wages, payroll, establishments, and trade.
The report found that venture capital investment in Indiana increased by $41 million in 2004 and high-tech exports increased by nearly $200 million.