- adj. computing That can be updated.
“Given how many changes are happening in the comic industry, an updatable medium, such as a subscription website, would be a better choice.”
“Novels will get longer -- electronic books aren't bound by physical constraints -- and they'll be patchable and updatable, like software.”
“Tailored to a student and their teacher, in terms of their reading skills, learning style, teaching style and other preferences, these books can and would be updatable on an ongoing basis.”
“Virgil Zetterlind, cofounder of nautical-charts provider EarthNC, says iPads make smart replacements for traditional marine chart plotters because they are multipurpose, power efficient, simple to use, readable in direct sunlight and easily updatable.”
““We can deliver a file that is extremely searchable and can carry up to 32GB of extra information in the file itself, and it will be dynamically updatable so that every time the user is connected, his file will be updated,” Bach said.”
“Spitzer's view of these matters is easily updatable.”
“In the future, content will be driven by the content data model, MITS via BSMO/EDMO, an easily updatable trusted source.”
“The purpose of this DRIVER Wiki is to provide a home for community contributions from across Europe, to create a dynamic and updatable picture of open access activity in the European Union”
“Synopsis: In a world of updatable brain software, a woman known as Girl Hero (real name: Rebecca) is sent to assassinate a man who believes humans should have free will.”
“The beauty of Kindle is that we are finally getting traction on a mobile, updatable device that is a good environment for serious readers and therefore a good environment for newspapers, whose customers have always been serious readers.”
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