Technology

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Depending on when the word technology is used, technology is:

  • The tools and machines that help to solve problems;
  • The techniques (knowledge) that includes methods, materials, tools, and ways for solving a problem (such as building technology or medical technology);
  • A culture-forming activity (such as manufacturing technology, or space-travel technology).
  • Using resources to solve a problem (such as knowledge, skills, processes, techniques, tools and raw materials).
  • A term to describe the level of achievement in science, mathematics and engineering of a group or culture.
  • In economics, technology is the current state of our knowledge of how to put resources together to produce wanted products (and our knowledge of what can be produced).

Information Technology[change | change source]

  • A set of tools that help you work with information and perform tasks related to the informal processing.
  • Information technology is not limited to computer technology (hardware and software) used for processing and storing information, but also include sending communications technology recycle information.
  • Technology that combines computing with the lines of communication that brings high speed data, voice and video.


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