- n. Plural form of technology.
“Hacking the technologies is a great idea so long as any jury you stand in front of has even a bit of inkling as to the power they possess in protecting your (and their) rights.”
“In particular, Caldwell says it is unwise for a company to outsource its core activities or competencies, which he defines as the technologies or know-how that define the company and add to its shareholder value.”
“January 28th, 2010 at 3: 06 pm belaccifer lacca says: investing in technologies that may actually make coal production and coal burning clean, which is technologically possible.”
“It could also mean investing in technologies that may actually make coal production and coal burning clean, which is technologically possible.”
“The fact is, a reasonable combination of a wide variety of technologies is going to be necessary to alleviate the energy problems we face.”
“Many factory owners have invested great deals of money in technologies that allow the automated sealing of the boxes, and therefore, they very often need to choose the right type of carton sealing tape for their machines.”
“Critics are compiling evidence that Wal-Mart's success, while entrenched in the brilliant management of new technologies, is dependent on low labor costs ...”
“A wide variety of electronic safety technologies is available, but the features range from useful to simply annoying.”
“Outside the U.S., valuing medical technologies is typically the responsibility of national health care systems that strive for fair and efficient access to new treatments under sharp fiscal constraints.”
“In order to make this happen, targeted re-engineering of mobile devices and device management technologies is essential.”
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