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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of futureproof.

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Examples

  • We would have liked to see it futureproofed with something like 1GB, but then again, Apple's got to sell a new phone in a year.

    Engadget

  • They're already thinking about 802. 11n, trying to plan the network to be futureproofed with only radios needing swapping instead of basic infrastructure.

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • I also wrote, Interestingly, while they say futureproofed on one page, they don't mention whether purchasers would receive free hardware upgrades if the WiMax standard as deployed is too different to allow firmware changes to this equipment.

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • Interestingly, while they say futureproofed on one page, they don't mention whether purchasers would receive free hardware upgrades if the WiMax standard as deployed is too different to allow firmware changes to this equipment.

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • Unless you futureproofed your purchase and bought an expensive stereoscopic set, your current TV will not have the display properties necessary for the 3D Blu-Ray spec.

    PC World

  • "By licensing ARM technologies, LG Electronics will be able to offer a futureproofed premium-quality digital TV experience for today's connected home," said Seung-Jong Choi, research fellow of Digital TV Lab, LG Electronics.

    Silicon Republic - News

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