from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To modify or affect by technology; make technological.
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Surely we can innovate and technologize our way out of this mess.
As science renders more and more of the natural world manipulable, markets move in and begin to manipulate - they technologize according to myriad perceived benefits, often contradictory and usually short term.
The reason why I mention this is that it is an example of the impact of the growing pressure to technologize, speed up action, and quantify both the arts and education dealing with the arts, technophilia, if you will, applied to the arts.
All the modern technology we now enjoy derives principally on our ability to first understand and then technologize the quantum world.
• A solar backpack and wood-gas camp stove to technologize your camping;
So the opportunity is to technologize the world of cash transactions, and that's where processors have an opportunity, and that's a secular growth story.
MasterCard (MA) And Visa (V) Terminalize Emerging Markets With Creation Of Publicly Traded Payments Transaction Processors: Award Winning Analyst Jamie Friedman Of Susquehanna Financial Group Identifies Key Companies And Future Stock Winners - Yahoo! Finance
However, "within a decade with the aid of high-resolution structures of photo-systems and sophisticated biophysical approaches to measuring electron transfer reactions" we might learn the mechanism of photosynthesis and, it's hoped, be able to technologize it to produce the hydrogen to run our machines.
At the same time, colleges have raced to out-technologize one another.
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