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  • n. A city with a strong basis in information technology.


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cyber- +‎ city


  • Students in the new homeland-security master's degree program at the University of Connecticut this fall, for example, will have coursework that resembles Grand Theft Auto: dwelling in a cybercity called San Luis Rey plagued with suicide bombers, biochemical attacks, and other disasters.

    The Sound of One Hand Clicking

  • This doesn't bode well for the cybercity we call the Internet.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Kuala Lumpur: Cyberjaya, Malaysia's first and foremost cybercity, has won the BrandLaureate Award 2009-2010 for the Best Brand in Corporate Branding under the National Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Hub category, for the third consecutive year.

    Daily Express Newspaper Online

  • According to a 2008 - study by AeA in 2006 Silicon Valley was the third largest (cybercity) high-tech center in the United States, behind the New York metropolitan area and Washington metropolitan area, with 225,300 high-tech jobs. the logo for Sun Microsystems 'Java - Financial News

  • Directional signs will make driving a breeze in Cyberjaya time you drive into the cybercity, well-planned and easy-to-read directional signs will help you find your way around easily. - Business News


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