- adj. informal Proficient in the use of technology, especially computers.
“Modern, high-tech, international, cutting edge: they're all virtues befitting a young, little-known future leader who is described as a tech-savvy military genius by his loyalists.”
“Also given the fact that lawmakers tend to not be particularly tech-savvy (understatement of the millenium?), a law mandating packet-agnostic networks would be extremely hard — if not impossible — to correct.”
“Knowing that its current audience consists of tech-savvy tinkerers interested in experimenting with new computing platforms, Marvell designed the Sheevaplug to run on the Linux operating system, whose source code is freely available for anyone to use.”
“The “tech-savvy” upside is the government dont track my movements with a cell phone I dont have, and cant view any emails, security is then perhaps only for those who “get it”, not those who think they do.”
“Then some tech-savvy student sits in a bedroom somewhere, dreams up some file-sharing concept, and we get killed.”
“Microsoft continues to make it all too easy for even tech-savvy PC users to dump Firefox or Opera and make Internet Explorer 8 their default browser, complains Hakon Wium Lie, CTO of rival browser maker, Opera, which is popular in Europe.”
“The Starbucks base is also a tech-savvy crew: a third of customers own smartphones.”
“The most influential ones must be both tech-savvy enough to have a well managed Twitter account and have the most influential professors, alums, and others engaging with them.”
“A modern, tech-savvy prostitute who has been learning English by playing Scrabble online in between visits from her clients, Albena has built an emotional fortress around her in order to protect herself from being hurt.”
“Our tech-savvy president understands those decisions.”
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