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cybertechnologies

Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of cybertechnology.

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Examples

  • China has invested heavily in cybertechnologies, and U.S. defense officials have said Chinese hackers, potentially working with some state support, have attacked American defense networks.

    China Takes Aim at U.S. Naval Might

  • Bio - and cybertechnologies are environmentally-benign in that they offer marvelous prospects, while, nonetheless, reducing pressure on energy and resources.

    Martin Rees asks: Is this our final century?

  • Bio - and cybertechnologies are environmentally-benign in that they offer marvelous prospects, while, nonetheless, reducing pressure on energy and resources.

    Martin Rees asks: Is this our final century?

  • Bio - and cybertechnologies are environmentally-benign in that they offer marvelous prospects, while, nonetheless, reducing pressure on energy and resources.

    Martin Rees asks: Is this our final century?

  • The Pentagon's blue-sky research agency will get an infusion of new cash to research new cybertechnologies, according to the just-released fiscal 2012 defense budget request.

    Wired Top Stories

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